If you require views, it doesn’t get much better than this riverfront Catskill Victorian…
And, you’ll get 650 feet of river frontage to go along with it.
We could end this post right here and it would likely be enough to tempt to you investigate further. Let’s take an interior tour of the house, anyway, just for fun.
The four-bedroom, 1,450-square foot house includes a comfortable, open layout with wood floors, and a host of renovations like new mechanicals, new windows, and metal roof.
Another recent addition is the screened-in porch with remarkable views of the Hudson, so, even in the midst of a downpour, you can still feast your eyes on the water without getting drenched. And, if you prefer staying indoors, the listing states that all the views in the house are pointed toward the river. In terms of access, it would be tough to find a property better than this for under a million bucks.
Oh, yeah, there’s also a heated in-ground pool. Probably should’ve led with that. After all, how cool would it be to see the Hudson while you’re taking a dip in a heated pool?
In fact, it isn’t the only property we’ve featured this week with an in-ground pool with views of the Hudson River. Remember the Germantown farmhouse? Well, this view is even more impressive.
The c.1900 house is situated on 1.23 acres in the town of Catskill, five minutes from Catskill village. Need to Amtrak it on a regular basis? You can catch the train in Hudson, less than ten minutes away via Rip Van Winkle Bridge. That bridge, by the way, is also part of this home’s many glorious views.