Opportunity is knocking on both sets of doors on these two Dutchess County houses, ready to be fixed up and made new…
…but, hopefully not too new. The arched windows that come with the c.1860s Victorian house should definitely stay, and so should the pocket doors, original wood trim, hardwood floors, and rounded staircase.
Four bedrooms and three baths occupy this 2,152-square-foot, light-filled space. On the outside, there are two open porches on both levels of this home, which sits toward the front of the 1.79-acre property.
Toward the back of the property is a two-story stone house built in 1910. Both floors are their own separate apartments with a living room, dining room, kitchen, two beds, and one full bath each, making rental income a strong possibility here.
Each house has a new roof, too.
Separating the land from Route 22 is a rustic stone wall, behind which sits rolling lawns, manicured gardens and landscaping, and, according to the listing, hidden ponds.
The listing also states that work is currently taking place on both houses, which can continue or stop at the new owner’s behest.
Situated in the center of Amenia hamlet, which is in eastern Dutchess County, NY, just a few miles west of the Connecticut border. From here, the nearest Metro-North train station is minutes away in Wassaic, and the Taconic State Parkway is convenient, too.
Need to take a closer look at these two Dutchess County houses? Find out more about 4879 Route 22, Amenia, NY from Kiley Real Estate.