Newburgh’s Thornton M. Niven House, $399,500

Newburgh is full of urban real estate that is affordable and historic. For a look at what a higher price point will get you, check out the Thornton M. Niven House that was featured in the New York Times. Mr. Niven was Newburgh’s first native architect and a master stonecutter. He was the architect of the Newburgh and Goshen Courthouses, among other significant public buildings.

This home and undergone a complete renovation. Check out what it used to look like here. The home has Hudson River views and a stately interior. The price was just slashed by $29,500. See after the jump for pricing and more marvelous photos!

201 Montgomery Street, Newburgh, NY
Asking Price: $399,500
Year Built: 1836
House Size: 3490 sq ft
Taxes: $11,324.00
Distance to NYC: 58.3 mi, 1 hour 11 mins
Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across
Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84
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About Cher Vick

Creator and editor of www.NewburghRestoration.com. Encouraging the revitalization of Newburgh, a city approximately 60 miles North of Manhattan that has New York's second largest historic district.

Posted on August 23, 2011, in $300000 to $499000, hudson valley real estate, Newburgh, Newburgh Mondays, Orange County. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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