I’ve seen this place many a times driving through the Washington Market/Heights district. It’s right around the corner from Washington’s Headquarters and Caffé Macchiato. It’s also down the street from Habitat for Humanity and the ReStore. In other words, the area is pretty quiet and nice. Habitat for Humanity has been restoring many properties in direct vecinity to this property. So, it’s worth it to check it out. A few window boxes and a freshly painted eye catching door would really give it some curb appeal. It’s a single family home, built in 1900, with 4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. It also looks pretty cute from the outside. It kinda reminds me of a tavern in some old quaint town, er Newburgh. Click here to see more examples of Newburgh Real Estate.
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This house appears to have been vacant for quite some time now. It has suffered a lot of damage due to the neglect- missing pipes, leaks, collapsed ceilings and collapsed walls. This is a gut rehab, and this is most likely an all-cash renovation. In this condition, you will not get a loan from a […]
Last Saturdays is a monthly celebration of the arts, culture, and community in historic downtown Newburgh on the last Saturday of every month. This Saturday will be a documentary photography, audio, and text exhibit that explores egalitarian tribe social structures called Hadza: The Roots of Equality at Atlas Studios. Hosts, Katrin Redfern and Andrew Stern, will […]