How gorgeous is this home at 28 Henry in the Heights? It’s listed for $239,000 (scroll down till you find listing). Built in 1887, the wedding cake house is fully renovated and in move in condition. The current owners are committed to the City of Newburgh and want to sell this home so they can save another. It has been selected many times for Newburgh’s historic house tour. See below for more beautiful photos of this Queen Anne home.
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This house is being listed as a 2-family home with a huge side yard/driveway that can hold up to 6 cars, a commodity in the city. Everything looks well maintained and there are a few fireplaces still in place that could possibly be opened up. You could move right in and make any changes you […]
Photo by NR Flickr user Brian Wolfe. The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Land Banks and Historic Preservation [NTHP] The Case for Creative Placemaking in Small Towns [NPQ] Crowd-sourced financing meets urbanism [Better! Cities & Towns] […]
This is a stunning home with too many features to mention. It is located at the very northern tip of the City of Newburgh, close to the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. Leroy place merges into Water Street as you go south, so this home is on a main road with car access in the back. Many original […]
The City of Newburgh has published its November 2015 property list. Most properties are vacant or abandoned like this one above at 31 Clark Street. I picked this one to showcase because there has been development on this block. Habitat for Humanity just built 3 news homes on Clark Street that will go to owner […]