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2 Kingston Homes That You’ll Want to Call Your Own

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Featured photo Adobe Stock | adragan. Photos courtesy of Respective Listing Agents

Is the Calvert Vaux-designed abode with history or the charming Cape Cod-style property just outside of the city the one for you?

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99 West Chestnut Street

Listing Price: $789,000
Taxes: $5,941
Size: 4,602 sq. ft.
Year built: 1899
Lot size: 0.26 acres
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 3
School District: Kingston CSD
Listing Agent: Chelsea McGowan, Upstate Curious Team of KW Realty Hudson Valley North

Designed by Central Park architect Calvert Vaux and formerly inhabited by Hudson River School painter Jervis McEntee, the art and history of this house reflects the character of Kingston itself. Sophisticated living areas with coordinated pops of color throughout bring light into the spacious kitchen, living room, and bedrooms. Plus, the lower floor one bedroom apartment with a separate entrance is perfect for guests or to rent out.

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17 Stickles Avenue

Listing Price: $380,000
Taxes: $9,310
Size: 1,531 sq. ft.
Year built: 1941
Lot size: 0.43 acres
Bedrooms: 2
Baths: 1.5
School District: Kingston CSD
Listing Agent: Bradford Serini, Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty

Located just outside the city and only a few minutes away from the Forsyth Nature Center and bustling Stockade District, this Cape Cod-style home charms with a quaint front porch and backyard perfect for entertaining. Inside you’ll find pristine hardwood floors, ample natural light, and tasteful exposed ceiling beams. The master bedroom is located on the first floor, and there’s a second bedroom and extra space to use as an office or den upstairs.

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