Mixed Use - Kingston, NY
Stunning Queen Anne/ Craftsman home on historic Albany Avenue, admired by thousands over the decades can now can become your treasured OFFICE or home. The detailed construction would cost more than double the list price to reproduce today. Examine them for yourself, in the photos and in person; a welcoming front porch and vestibule leading to stately rooms, French doors, gracious stairway, impressive double entry, clapboard and shingle detailed exterior, carved railings and gable trim, porches and terraces to enjoy the established picturesque landscaping, beautiful moldings and hardwood (original) doors and floors, ceramic tile fireplace mantels and kitchen floor, plastered walls by skilled craftsmen...the list goes on. Value the aesthetics of fine architecture? You may well be the right new caretaker for this beautiful home. For the past 3 decades it has been the nurturing place for hundreds of fortunate Ulster County children who attended the Winter Bear Montessori School. Chosen for its accessible location and fantastic bright environment, the school served as a treasured community asset. Now the building is ready for its next life, as a single family home, a multi-use building, or offices. Others now living on Albany Avenue have seen the potential for use of the street's architectural gems as single family homes again. Their beauty is irreplaceable. Their sites, substantial. 100'x454' in this case. For the hands-on person, one can live in part of the home as you re-think the rooms and re-decorate them to your lifestyle, while enjoying the monthly rental income of $1650. from the two delightful tenants upstairs. The studio and one bedroom apartments have their own staircase and entry, seen in photos below. From this home one can walk the bluestone sidewalks to over 12 restaurants in the vibrant Uptown Stockade District of Kingston, or access I-87 from the Kingston circle in 60 seconds. It's 12 mins to Rhinebeck, 15 to Woodstock or Stone Ridge, and 5 to the Kingston Strand area on the Rondout Creek. The projected construction of Kingston's Greenline, will mean direct access to walking and biking trails for miles and miles within, and outside Kingston. Experience the beauty of small city living in the Mid-Hudson region.