This big, beautiful Victorian in Newburgh is asking just $650K

Posted On Thu, September 24, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, September 24, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Historic Homes, Upstate

Photo by Roy Savage

The city of Newburgh, about an hour-and-a-half drive from Manhattan, often gets a bad rap for its past crime statistics. But in recent years, shops and restaurants have been sprouting up, the arts scene is booming, preservation groups are working to save the wealth of historic mansions, and the relatively affordable housing stock is enticing buyers. Take, for example, this 1875 Victorian home. It’s over 3,500 square feet, is beautifully preserved, and overlooks the Hudson River and Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site. And it’s asking just $650,000.

Photos by Roy Savage

The historic details have been preserved throughout, including moldings, ceiling medallions, and many beautiful fireplaces.

Photos by Roy Savage

The home is currently divided into an owner’s residence with an income-generating rental unit below, but it could easily be divided into three separate units or one single-family mansion.

Photo by Roy Savage

The exterior details have been preserved, as well, and there’s a large rear porch and backyard that overlooks the Hudson River, Beacon Mountain, and Washington Headquarters.

Photo by Roy Savage

The home is just around the corner from Liberty Street and Broadway, where you’ll find all the shops and restaurants. It’s also a quick walk to the Newburgh-Beacon ferry launch, which connects with the Metro North station in Beacon.

[Listing: 4 Grand Street by Sarah B. Hooff of ReAttached]


Photos by Roy Savage

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