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Which of These Beautiful Beacon Homes Do You Prefer?

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1 East Main Street, #302 | Photo courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services

Would you go for the East Main Street condo with industrial vibes or the historic house with views of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge?

1 East Main Street, #302

Listing Price: $655,000 | Taxes: N/A | Size: 1,138 sq. ft. | Year built: 1912 | Lot size: N/A | Bedrooms: 1 | Baths: 1 | School District: Beacon

1 East Main Street, #302 kitchen interior.

Photo courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services

Listing Agent: Lisa M. Walden, BHHS Hudson Valley Properties

If you’re among the crowd looking to move north from NYC to Beacon, this condo in a renovated 19th century hat factory could be perfect for you. An extra-large one bedroom in the heart of downtown, the industrial-chic design features exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, and views of the surrounding mountains. The clawfoot soaking tub and private balcony add to the charming amenities.


12 Monell Place

Listing Price: $1,999,000 | Taxes: $7,320 | Size: 7,521 sq. ft. | Year built: 1860 | Lot size: 4.91 acres Bedrooms: 5 | Baths: 3.5 | School District: Beacon

12 Monell Place exterior

Photo courtesy of JohnCar Realty

Listing Agent: Jonathan Miller, JonCar Realty

Located just outside the city, this historic property sits on nearly five parklike acres with views of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge over the Hudson. The stately home features a marble entry, original parquet flooring, and walnut paneling. The family room with panoramic views and doors to a spacious back deck are also a plus.


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