Move to Orange County and right into this renovated Newburgh rowhouse…
Properties like this Newburgian beauty are why we visit the Orange County city. It’s packed with brick Victorian rowhouses in various states, from “newly renovated” to “sold AS IS,” and this one is definitely among the former. Dating back to 1890, the two-bedroom residence still maintains the look of an antique with lots of modern amenities.
For starters, the 1,364-square foot interior is now an open, loft-like space with large windows, high ceilings, exposed brick, and refinished wood floors.
The renovation is so recent, in fact, that the stainless steel kitchen appliances are fresh out of the packaging and never used. Also comes with a cast-iron sink and center island.
Up at the top of the wooden staircase are both bedrooms. Also upstairs is the home’s one full bath, which you can access either through the master bedroom or the hallway.
Other new features include mechanicals, electric, HVAC system, and front porch. While the house sits on a tiny lot, there is a private garden area accessible from the kitchen.
The rowhouse is in the Washington Heights neighborhood, about two blocks down from Washington’s Headquarters and four blocks from the river. It’s connected to a bunch of other stone rowhouses on Carson Avenue, but this particular rowhouse is on the end. Only one neighbor one one side! Beats the heck out of an apartment, any day.
Is this renovated Newburgh rowhouse just your type? Find out more about 44 Carson Avenue, Newburgh here.
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