Own a piece of local and national history with this nationally registered historic building. The Barrett House was originally constructed in 1843 and was the home for Thomas Barrett, a local artist and founder of the Dutchess County Art Association. The building has been used as an art gallery, studio, and exhibition center for many years but could also be converted into a professional office or co-working space. The building has many original and early features, like the decorative trim and hardwood floors, but also conveniently comes with a modern kitchen and two half bathrooms. This is a unique opportunity to keep a historic building thriving.
Updated on June 7, 2021 at 1:20 pm