1900 Rare Greek Revival House in the Hudson Valley Dutchess County
Lovely and rare Greek Revival house dating back to 1900 on 4.46 acres in the Hudson Valley in the county of Dutchess, upstate NY with easy access to the town of Red Hook and Rhinebeck, NY and close to the Hudson River and Bard College. The home has has been in the family for over 50 years and is now on the market and an excellent example of original Greek Revival architecture. The house is surrounded by Christmas trees and the original artesian well is located in the back of the property. The property behind the house borders acres of apple/peach trees.
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Attention to original architectural details and a lifetime of quality workmanship put into the restoration. There are three period fireplaces on 1st floor, master bedroom is on the first floor, 1st generation wide-board wood flooring, 10 foot ceilings on the first floor and 8 foot on the 2nd floor, white hand-stippled walls in 2 rooms, wire mesh in-wall construction as well as brick insulation keeping cool in the summer and warm in the winter as well as making the home solid along with it's stone foundation. The bathroom is mud construction. The kitchen boasts a 1952 Chambers stove and the cabinets are Geneva along with a slate large fireplace. There are 3 solar panels to assist with heating. Original metal roof and period architectural windows, doors and moldings. A true, beautiful, rare diamond.
Archived in March, 2013
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