This Green-Building-Verified Victorian is Close to Great Newburgh Restaurants: $365K

  |  March 29, 2023

We’re in the heart of Newburgh today, on Liberty Street, where you’re within a stroll of Cajun treats at Mama Roux and cocktails and clean eats at Ms. Fairfax.

The c.1901 Victorian’s pink-and-white exterior may take some getting used to, or the new owner might want to change it. But the front porch is pretty, with a roofline that follows the bow-window bumpout from the first-floor bedroom. Located in the East-End Historic District, the 2,043-square-foot house has also had renovations that earned it a Bronze level of green-building certification.

The living room has wide-plank flooring and gray walls, with crown molding at the ceiling and around the windows.

The dining room has the same vintage floor and gray walls. It’s bigger than the living room, at about 13-feet-by-14-feet.

The kitchen is at the back of the house. It has an interestingly geometric, gray ceramic-tile floor; maple cabinets topped with pinkish Formica countertops; and a white subway-tile backsplash.

The first-floor bedroom has beautiful bones, from the three-window bumpout to the vintage wood floor and a fireplace backed by a floor-to-ceiling brick wall.

The half-bath on the main floor has an attractive, black-and-white-tiled wainscoting that matches the tiled floor.

Upstairs is a bedroom that matches the size and shape of the first-floor bedroom.

The second bedroom up here is boxier but has lots of windows and handsome hardwood flooring.

The third bedroom on the second floor is smaller than the others (11-feet-by-9), and is currently being used as a closet.

The full bath on the second floor has white square tile on the floor and surrounding the tub/shower, along with white fixtures.

The top floor has been converted to a bonus room. Fully carpeted, it’s currently used as a bedroom. It’s got cool ceiling angles and skylights to boot. There’s a full bath on this floor (with a shower), but it’s not pictured in the listing.

The property is almost a tenth of an acre. There’s a good-sized, wooden back deck, and lots of fenced-in yard space in which to garden or just play.

There’s also a roomy, detached, one-car garage.

If this Newburgh Victorian hits you in all the right spots, find out more about 41 Liberty Street, Newburgh, from Yon M Jones with ReAttached Real Estate.

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