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Step into a spacious and inviting entry hall and be awed by the intricate interior decorative detailing and opulent proportions of this unique Victorian treasure. This elegant Kingston residence was lovingly restored, and its systems updated by the current owners while being mindful of its architectural style. Located in a classic Kingston neighborhood surround by fine period homes and with easy access to recreation, entertainment and cultural activities, this home is a convenient location from which to explore all the abundance that is the Central Hudson Valley Region.
Along with the formal living room, dining room and the study on the first level, there is a 6 x 8 butler’s pantry with built-in oak cabinetry off the large updated kitchen with tin ceiling, granite counter tops and gourmet kitchen appliances. The cherry and walnut floors installed in the 1920s were fully restored to their original beauty, as were all 32 classic doors throughout. Energy efficient windows were installed two years ago while preserving the character of the home with its collection of attractive stained-glass accent windows. A beautiful focal point is the stained-glass window bathing with light the main oak stairway leading to the second level where there is the master suite along with three substantial sized bedrooms and bathroom.
The third-floor attic level is finished and could be repurposed into a separate apartment with its own access from the back stairs leading up from the service area of the ground floor. The attic space consists two comfortable sized bedrooms, full bathroom and a large office which could be repurposed as the living room for that level.
The 2-car garage building includes an upstairs studio space of over 700sq.ft. While the garage building has no plumbing, it is equipped with its own furnace, forced air heating and air conditioning system and gas line. This is a huge bonus space offering a range of possibilities.
In the living room there is a fireplace with an attractive oak and tile mantle and an elaborate summer cover. There is another fireplace in the study as well. Both fireplaces are decorative and are believed to have been decommissioned decades ago.