Adirondack Country Homes Realty Inc.
Presented by our High Peaks Branch Office
US Route 9, North Hudson
Inventory #RE0456 - SOLD
Spacious for Entertaining
Only $50/sf - try building at that rate, plus add a pond and a stream in your back yard!
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This vintage home is SPACIOUS with 3+ bedrooms, 3 baths and approximate 2,950+ s/f of living space. A wonderful stone fireplace graces the living room with parquet wood floors treatment, and has a great traffic flow for entertaining large groups. The living room is truly the focus point of the home with its connecting sunny back porch, second dining room AND the kitchen (which is connected to the first dining room and so on to the front foyer and den). The rooms just keep connecting! One can imagine the sprawling Christmas parties of yester years at Granny's place. The chef of the house will just love being the focus point between two dining rooms!
Other nice features of this home include a pantry room, side foyer with den/bedroom (was used as sewing room), a large working kitchen which is remember open to both dining rooms, and nice size bedrooms on the the quiet side of the home. The thinker of the family will love the huge roaming basement with fireplace, large loading dock doors to load in those ATV's and lots of shelving for projects. If that isn't enough storage space, there is a barn AND the detached garage. The kids will love the back private spring feed pond and roaring brook with trails. This property is convenient on Route 3, but privately set back. Saranac River public beach is nearby.
Amenities include: 200 amp electrical, dug well, private septic, 640' road frontage, built '62, oil hot water heat, two fireplaces, woodstove, machine shed, 2 car detached garage, 2.6+/- acres, stone siding, shingle roof and block foundation. (Click on any picture to enlarge.)
Contract your ACHR agent for more details.Offered at: $149,000 USD
Time to buy low now, and sell high later. "The Standard-Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city index of prices has fallen back to where it was in 2003. Housing prices in Phoenix are at 2000 levels, and Las Vegas is revisiting 1999." Bloomberg Businessweek, July 2011
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