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.
On a block with mostly brick homes, this Arts and Crafts dark cedar home stands out. I would agree with the listing that says this house is located in “the midst of one of the most architecturally significant sections of Liberty St”. There is a lot of diversity here with many styles represented. Unfortunately there […]
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. Photo by Matthew Colon, Director of the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. The Kitchen [Newburgh Food Journal] 7 Of The Best Food Places In Orange And Dutchess […]
Another Liberty Street property is up for sale. This one is directly across the empty lot where I held the Newburgh Urban Market a few years back, right next to Washington’s HQ. There have been a few failed attempts at opening up storefronts that include a cellphone/used furniture shop and most recently a beauty supply […]
NCLB summer benefit BACKYARD BBQ Sunday June 5th 2016 | 1pm-4pm 15 Chambers Street, Newburgh NY 12550 $20 donation includes all you can eat bbq, drinks & beer! “We are having our first annual benefit at the land bank— a summer backyard bbq! We’ll be BBQing specialty hot dogs all afternoon, serving amazing beer from Newburgh […]
There are plenty of vacant storefronts in the City of Newburgh. New organization, Strongroom, aims to bring art to unused spaces in the city starting off with their kickoff event this Saturday at Thornwillow Institute, 7 South Lander Street. It is exciting to see new residents bring their own passions to Newburgh. “Julie Tremblay’s work […]