You'll love this meticulously restored 1870's Cape Cod style home in the quaint and up and coming Village of Athens, just a short stroll from the Hudson River waterfront. Original wide-plank floors, barn-door hardware, exposed brick, and crisp,...
You'll love this meticulously restored 1870's Cape Cod style home in the quaint and up and coming Village of Athens, just a short stroll from the Hudson River waterfront. Original wide-plank floors, barn-door hardware, exposed brick, and crisp, white plaster walls make this original Quaker Meeting House a truly unique find. This landmark has the perfect blend of antique charm and updated functionality with its new classic bathrooms, new roof, new hot water heater and abundant storage. The open flow living space with surprisingly spacious , light filled rooms includes a perfect artist's studio or yoga room. Relax and enjoy watching your children or grandchildren play in the large, private landscaped yard from the peaceful converted front porch under the shade of a 100 year old holly tree. If you are looking for a home that's one-of-a-kind and full of character, call now for an appointment!
Listing Courtesy of Marie Wolpert, Keller Williams Capital District - Delmar
Listings Provided by Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS.
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