Loads of charm, style and sunlight, just up the block from the waterfront: This well-maintained Victorian farm house is close to all the renewed action in Kingston's Rondout district but still offers a sense of sanctuary. Warm but stylish is the tone throughout, from the front porch with restored period brackets, all the way through the book-shelved living room into the wonderful and light-filled dining room, and large eat-in kitchen and full ground-floor bathroom. The back-to-back living and dining rooms provide a magnetic gathering spot, and 9-foot ceilings and tall windows in all rooms make the entire house wonderfully sunny year-round. A big deck overlooking a landscaped back yard provides a great sense of privacy and indoor-outdoor flow unusual in a house of this era. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms (2 temporarily combined) and a second large full bath. Original hardwood floors, claw-foot tubs, vintage sinks and acorn-themed staircase carvings add to the sense of coziness and quality. The walkout basement level includes an accessory studio apartment with an additional full bathroom and its own private entrance. This is a unique opportunity to live in a wonderfully preserved and gracious setting on a historic street, minutes by foot from all the restaurants, galleries, festivals and boat and kayak launches that have made the Kingston Rondout one of the Hudson Valley’s hottest neighborhoods.
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