Quirky Newburgh Home for $299,000

There is no doubt about it, this home is well placed. It is in between the new East Parmenter neighborhood and Washington’s Headquarters and the little shops nearby. The price however, does seem a bit high. What I really loved about this property is the little archway cut-out that was probably used for horses to be brought out back. A nice piece of nostalgic history since this property apparently dates back to 1850! These little quirky places make Newburgh such an interesting place. A little research at the library could probably provide more information on the original owners or use of these buildings.

I can’t tell if both sides are being considered as one but, the listing takes photos of both sides and says that there are 5 apartment units (ugh). These both look perfect for one family each. There are also more buildings out back that seem to service as garages and apartments. See pricing and other information below:

9 E. Parmenter Street
Asking Price: $299,000
Year Built: 1850
Size: 3,360 sq ft
Distance to NYC: 56.0 mi, 1 hour 7 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 December 19, 2011, in $200000 to $299000, hudson valley real estate, Newburgh, Newburgh Mondays, Orange County, Urban. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Is the price high for the area or for the property itself? Could this property be converted to a single or two-family dwelling? How “easy” is it to do that in Newburgh?

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