TIS THE SEASON !!! PRICED TO SELL!!! DON’T WAIT for 512 Grand Ave-Balmville-Minutes to MTA Ferry/Train $489,000 Must see this outstanding Balmville Victorian gem nestled back in a large grassy picturesque setting. The sellers successfully captured, restored and maintained the rich and elegant detail throughout this spacious and flowing 5 bedroom-4 full bath beauty. From the original newel post to pristine stairways illuminated by tiffany-esque windows to the intricately bordered parquet floors changing from room to room with fireplaces and molding all to be celebrated in the luxury of central A/C. Magnificent views of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Hudson River, mountain vistas and sweeping lawns can be seen from the many windows, porches, and balconies. Capture this period perfect property within minutes to Newburgh’s pristine waterfront, Ferry to Beacon Train, I-84, NYS Thruway, shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries, colleges, library and more!!! This home exudes possibilities!!!
512 Grand Avenue Newburgh NY
Asking Price: $489,000
Year Built: 1880
Size: 3,371 sq ft
Distance to NYC: 55.7 mi, 1 hr 2 mins
Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across
Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84
Listing Contact: Stacie R Laskin, 914-213-9290, firstname.lastname@example.org
If this house sells at this price it will set a precedence, prices are set at the margin and there are a lot of houses for sale on this stretch of road with its bucolic views. Aside…if already well kept, this house’s maintenance costs should not come close to its annual tax load. Restoration (if required) costs are not the same as maintenance. A quality slate roof will last decades with minimum maintenance and a painted shingle facade can push a decade with the same before minimum refurbishing. Ten years and you’re going to drop $140k on maintenance? Not.
If so, you better…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=El4AEHR1ANw&index=10&list=RDLyBjrX8jOHw