Looks like an offer’s been made on this Ulster Park fixer-upper, but maybe you can up the ante and score it, after all…
Five-figure properties don’t stay on the market long around these parts. And, with only so many turn-key properties among the listings, even the fixer-uppers are going fast. This 1930s stone cottage is marked as “pending – continue to show,” so if you want it, hesitate no longer.
What does this two-bedroom cottage bring to the table? Well, for starters, it’s got doors!
It also has a original moldings, two stone fireplaces, hardwood floors, French door, lots of windows, and high ceilings. It needs a full renovation, and the listing classifies it in “fair/poor” condition. However, in terms of potential, this one’s got bushels of it. Located on a commercially-zoned .4-acre lot.
Ulster Park is just south of Port Ewen in Ulster County. This week, we’ve been in and around New Paltz, located 20 minutes south of the property. Kingston city is about 10 minutes north. Also close to the Rondout Creek, Hudson River, wineries, state park land, and golfing.
Ready to take a chance on this Ulster Park fixer-upper? Find out more about 374 Broadway, Ulster Park here.
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