A unique 19th-century Hudson Valley home can be yours for $485,000
A beautiful 19th-century clapboard home in Millbrook, New York recently hit the market at an asking price of $485,000. The three bedroom, three bathroom home at 41 Elm Drive was built in 1890 and its original clapboard has been painted a fresh white color. Located on a quiet street in the Hudson Valley, this home, which offers an impressive example of 19th-century architecture, also includes a two-story barn.
The home recently was restored and includes a copper edged shingle roof and a bluestone-topped chimney. The kitchen features the original wainscot hutch, has a Viking Range and an Aga French door refrigerator. The dining room, perfect for guests, easily seats ten. Some of the 19th-century touches shine through on the ground floor, like an original pocket door that divides the dining room from the living room.
A beautiful entry staircase leads to a spacious master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Two additional bedrooms and another full bath are located on this floor as well.
Another painted-white staircase leads to an “airy ship lap-clad” attic that offers plenty of storage space. While it’s currently being used as a study, its spacious area gives the next owner some flexibility.
This quaint and historic home has a screened-in-porch at the back, perfect for entertaining on those warm summer nights. Plus, the house includes a two-story barn, a unique feature hard to come by.
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