In a quiet village on the Hudson River, this meticulously restored 1870 Quaker meeting house sits on a double lot in the shade of Oak and Holly trees. It s a charming and unique find, with exposed brick, wide-plank floors, barn-door hardware, and...
In a quiet village on the Hudson River, this meticulously restored 1870 Quaker meeting house sits on a double lot in the shade of Oak and Holly trees. It s a charming and unique find, with exposed brick, wide-plank floors, barn-door hardware, and a skylight room perfect for an artist s studio or yoga practice. With vintage charm and up-to-date functionality, the home features new classic bathrooms, a new roof, a new hot water heater, plenty of storage, and a large yard for playing or planting.
Listing Courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Dist, +1 518.591.4600
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