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Fall in Love With the Grandeur of This Historic Newburgh Home

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Photos by Roy Savage

The Grand Street Victorian, which dates back to 1875, is a three-unit stunner in the historic district with views of the Hudson River.

Address: 4 Grand St, Newburgh

Description: To declare this historic Newburgh house grand doesn’t do it justice. Dating back to 1875, the Orange County abode consists of three units that rest upon just under half of an acre. The 3,534-square-foot Victorian property has a prime location in the city, with views of both the Hudson River and Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site.

It resides in the historic district and, thanks to its stunning brick architecture, fits right into the charming, old-fashioned aura of the neighborhood.

Inside the multi-family home, which boasts a total of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, authentic details abound. From the historic trim to carefully preserved fireplaces, the interior hearkens back to the house’s late-1800s roots in the Hudson Valley. It has adapted to the times, with a careful renovation in 2016 to bring it up to speed with the present day.

Outside, owners have riparian views at the expansive backyard, which is perfect for lounging and dining outdoors in the warmer months. The views are something else, with a 180-degree panorama of the Hudson River, Mount Beacon, and Washington’s Headquarters available for the lucky residents.

Asking price: $650,000

Selling points: Because this home has already been divided into three units, it’s ideal for the homeowner looking to rent out part of the space as an income property. It could also be rented out completely as three separate units.

As for the location, 4 Grand Street is a dream for Newburgh residents who crave easy to access to all the city has to offer. It’s just around the corner from bustling Liberty Street, where fine dining and shopping await. In the opposite direction, Newburgh’s Water Street tempts with magnificent views of the river and access to the city’s beloved waterfront restaurants. The Newburgh-Beacon ferry is only a short walk away and provides easy access to the Metro-North line just across the river.

Listing agent: Sarah Beckham Hooff, ReAttached