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.
What a beauty this home could be! Instead she’s almost falling apart. These homes have lasted about 100 years. They won’t make it 100 more in this condition. The last time this building sold was in 2005. Somebody rescue me! There are over 700 abandoned or vacant properties in the City of Newburgh. Habitation of […]
One of our Rescue Me homes has been rescued! When homes have been abandoned for a very long time the roof caves in and water damage wreaks havoc on floorboards and walls. Looking at the home from the outside you would have absolutely no clue how nasty this building actually was. Nasty is an understatement. […]
5 years ago today I started Newburgh Restoration. It started off as something just for fun, and I had no idea where this would go, but it has been a great 5 years! We have seen really big changes and a lot of smaller ones. As customary, I will give you the run down of […]
The hungry marching band made its way through various neighborhoods in Newburgh this past Sunday. Here they are on Bluff in Washington Heights. Did you hear them? Here they are invading Yaakov’s house! At the warehouse restaurant Collage by Katya Bassil
Bob is sharing his last home renovations adventure for 2013. This one has to deal with the Gothic details of his home like this gorgeous iron fence that he thinks is original to the home. Doesn’t it look amazing next to the old slate sidewalk? Here are Bob’s words regarding his hunt for Gothic details: […]