NY-66, Chatham, NY
Ah the Hudson Valley, the pride of New York State. River views, idyllic landscapes and a little peace a quiet are the icing on top of these gorgeous old homes.
1. 4 Gilchrest Road, Congers – $449,000
3 beds/2 baths
This rare Early American cape borders the shores of Congers Lake with easy access to its 3 mile walking paths. A delightful farmhouse offers refined 19th century design, including three fireplaces.
2. 202 Creamery Rd, Stanfordville – $948,000
3 beds/3 baths
2,264 sqft, 13.79 acres
This one is absolutely stunning on the inside. Don’t miss the inside! Beautiful, diverse vistas and views of the Catskills on the nearly 14 acres aren’t too shabby either.
3. 641 County Route 8, Germantown – $379,999
5 beds/3 baths
3,712 sqft, 3.5 acres
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and potentially eligible for rehabilitation tax credits; this Italianate boasts original woodwork, clapboard siding, 2-over-2 double-hung windows, 10′ moulded plaster ceilings, fireplaces, original decorative hardware, and more.
4. NY-66, Chatham – $625,000
4 beds/3 baths
3,450 sqft, 1.7 acres
Built during the war of 1812, the John Jay Van Valkenburgh house is an Adams inspired Federal house that has been meticulously restored with modern conveniences sensitively incorporated. Four original fireplaces, wide board pine floors and period moldings are a few of the many original details still intact.
5. 4 Salisbury Pl, Nyack – $1,850,000
4 beds/4 baths
3,600 sqft, 0.75 acres
This could be your own peaceful paradise on the banks of the Hudson River. Breathtaking views from every room!
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AUTHOR ALIX ADAMS
Alix is CIRCA’s Properties Manager. She relishes working directly with homeowners and real estate agents to track down new stewards for homes with secrets to keep and stories to tell! On a lifetime mission to visit every great flea market in the world, she’s probably going to need a bigger old house soon.