Designed by renowned architect E.G.W Dietrich in 1890, this Warwick Queen Anne is a literal landmark, situated near the Hudson Valley village’s center.
In fact, Dietrich is more known for his Arts-and-Crafts sensibility (he collaborated with Stickley, after all), but even his early Craftsman designs smacked of Victorianism, featuring turrets, towers, multiple gables, and lots of nooks-and-crannies. This 5,456-square-foot home in Warwick, NY is a prime example of Dietrich’s pre-turn-of-the-century work, starting with the substantial wrap-around porch…
…followed by a knock-your-socks-off foyer with original oak paneling and staircase…
…flanked on either side by a parlor and living room with includes an antique tiled fireplace that still works, one of seven fireplaces in this grand dame.
The first-floor parlor is connected to the dining room, while across the hall, the living room adjoins a large family room. Both employ original pocket doors between rooms…
…and the extra room off the dining room is currently set up as a guest bedroom.
Rounding out the first floor is the eat-in kitchen at the back of the house.
Up the curved staircase to the second level, you’ll find an open office space at the top, followed by four large bedrooms and a full bath, plus an extra studio apartment on the same floor, complete with its own kitchen.
Additionally, one of our favorite features is on the second floor: a screened-in sleeping porch with arched windows. Dreamy!
The home continues into the third level, where there are two open attic spaces plus two more bedrooms, bringing the total to six bedrooms and four baths.
The 1.6-acre property features a barn and a field of wildflowers. All of this beauty is situated right in the midst of Warwick, NY, about a 90-minute drive from NYC.
Ready to become the next steward of this historic Warwick Queen Anne Victorian? Find out more about 25 Maple Avenue, Warwick, NY from Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty.