If you’re not on the lookout, you’ll likely miss this tucked-away Rhinebeck home sitting on a quarter acre in the middle of the village.
Planning to buy a home in the Dutchess County village of Rhinebeck, NY? It’s a popular choice, to be sure, so best bring a pile of cash with you, since the average listing price is around $625K. And, a decent portion of those homes is priced above the one-million mark. While this property doesn’t quite hit the seven-figure territory, it comes with the kind of privacy you might find in a more expensive home, one of the reasons it’s on our list of favorites this week.
Built in the 1920s, the three-bedroom, 2,400-square-foot home has been tastefully updated and added onto over the years, even fetching a Preservation Award from the Rhinebeck Historical Society. The inviting rocking-chair front porch opens into a ship-shape living room with leaded glass windows and a brick-and-tile fireplace…
…which leads to an updated, light-filled kitchen and adjoining dining room.
Rounding out the main living areas are the three bedrooms, situated on the second floor, along with two full baths upstairs and one downstairs.
However, our favorite part of the house starts in the back with the sprawling sunroom…
…which opens onto the park-like, shaded backyard. If you love to through a summertime soiree, this is the kind of backyard you want to do it in. Furthermore, the property is right in the center of the village, putting it walking-distance to village restaurants, shops, pubs, yoga, the farmer’s market, and more. The Rhinecliff train station is also about six minutes away by car.
Does this Rhinebeck home give you serious backyard envy? Find out more about 25 South Street, Rhinebeck, NY from Houlihan Lawrence.