This Turnkey Brick Ranch in Newburgh is a Steal, $95,000

  |  January 22, 2016

It’s that time of the week again, Five Figure Friday (woohoo!), where we focus on those real estate steals that pop up every once in a while and have you questioning “how can such a great home be so cheap?” Sometimes properties are in need of some serious TLC but other times, there is really no rhyme or reason why they are so inexpensive. When this is the case, you have to snatch them up before someone else does. This brick ranch in Newburgh is certainly one of these types of properties.

You all know how much we LOVE Newburgh despite how under-appreciated it is. Well this home sits on a quiet little street, close to all the gems that we know and love in this awesome city. As if the outside of this home doesn’t have enough curb appeal, painting that brick exterior white would really make this home stand out, possibly even giving it a French country feel if thats the sort of thing you’re into.


The inside of the home is ready to go. Quality hardwood floors and thick, custom molding have us ooh’ing and aah’ing and dreaming of how beautiful this home would be furnished with distressed wood tables, white washed kitchen chairs and tufted sofa’s. We’re really stuck on that French country theme but this home has so much character it would look great no matter how you fix it up.

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This 2 bed home becomes a true winner once you step out the back door to miles and miles of backyard. Ok not miles, more like feet but thats pretty darn big for a Newburgh home. The backyard is so flat, perfect for KanJam, volleyball or bocce ball! Everyone likes a like a good old fashioned game of bocce ball. Regardless, of how you choose to occupy the backyard, it is undeniable that this Newburgh home is a steal.


28 Allison Ave, Newburgh (HomeSmart Homes & Estates)

About Sam Benedict

Sam was born and raised in the Hudson Valley. She attended college in New York City, lived in Italy, and drove across the country. She came full circle, and now lives in Middletown, right where she started. In her free time, Sam loves to cook and eat her way through the many restaurants the Hudson Valley has to offer.

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