Victorian House In The Hudson Valley
The historic John H. Newman House, circa 1860, is a unique example of Victorian Era Gothic Revival with Italianate details. The home is arranged with symmetrical North and South wings on either side of a central hallway and retains its' original character and finishes throughout. The first floor has large 12 foot ceilings.
The South Parlor and dining room are flanked by a service wing housing the updated Galley kitchen with custom cabinetry, 6-burner Viking stove with professional grade hood. Both North and South parlors feature beautiful bay windows, decorative plaster moldings, ceiling medallions, and both rooms have fireplaces. A wood burning stove has been added to one. The East facing family room and dining room are highlighted by large double hung windows with seasonal views of the Hudson River.
Updated electric throughout the house; Wifi, etc. The back yard is incredibly private in the summer due to foliage on a little less than 1 acre. Quiet residential street, but a rural farming community.
Walk down to the river, or to town for Frida's Bakery and The Red House, or a new sushi and asian restaurant. All are a 5 minute walk.
A 6-mile, 12-minute drive to the Poughkeepsie train station for easy Metro North access to NYC. 15 minute drive to NYS Thruway and I-84; 20 minutes to New Paltz, 20 minutes to Beacon, 25 minutes to Shawungunk mountains, 30 minutes to Rhinebeck. Great location for a retreat where some may be arriving by train. 60 minute drive from GW Bridge to home.
The house was featured in 2015 on the Walkill Valley Landtrust tour of historic homes.
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