Just when you think you can’t afford to buy a four-bedroom home, along comes this Rensselaerville farmhouse on nearly an acre of land.
If you’re willing head up to northern Greene County/southern Albany County, you might find a bargain or two, like this 2,500-square-foot, 1930s house with lots of room for the family and some new features, too.
The main floor includes a re-done entryway with new laminate flooring, trim, and paint…
…off of which is a butler’s pantry just outside of a big kitchen adjoining a dining room with new flooring.
As for the family room and the rest of the main floor, the floors are refinished original hardwood, and there’s a curved back staircase leading up to the second floor. Most of the windows have been replaced with double-pane. Includes two full baths and one half-bath, also updated.
Some of the rooms could use some tweaking, de-carpeting, and work on the drop ceilings…
…but, the yard is three-quarters of an acre in size and comes with a three-bay garage/workshop and storage/potting shed.
Situated in the country hamlet of Preston Hollow (which doesn’t sound at all like the setting of a Stephen King novel) on the Catskill Creek, southern Albany County, 6.5 miles north of West Durham, NY and Zoom Flume Water Park.
Ready to spend your cash on this Rensselaerville farmhouse? Find out more about 2975 State Route 145, Preston Hollow, NY from Century 21.