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.
William Street is rough, really rough. Rough like most of the buildings on this block are vacant, burned out, or on the brink of collapse. It also happens to be one of my most favorite blocks. It is characterized by smaller buildings that often have commercial shops on the first floor (although many have been […]
Photo by NR flickr userJohn Leighton. 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. Where to go for pizza in Newburgh? [Newburgh Food Journal] Millennials Will Live In Cities Unlike Anything We’ve Ever Seen Before [Gizmodo] Why Wal-Mart, an […]
This is a house that was on the market a few years back. Someone bought it, painted it and probably made some repairs. It’s being listed as a 2 family house, although it would probably do much better as a 1 family owner-occupied home (not to mention parking). Overall, this house is on Henry Avenue […]
A tipster sent in these images of the original façade of the old Visconti Diner, located at the corner of S. Robinson and Dickson Street that was recently revealed. It is pretty impressive to see that this existed underneath all that brick work, and that all the ornamental (steel?) is still intact. The tipster said […]
“Aboard the Kalmar Nykel in Newburgh Bay” by NR Flickr user Brian Wolfe. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. **Flickr users please do not forgot to remove disabling of downloading of pictures. Otherwise I can’t use them**