Historic circa 1740 pre-revolutionary Dutch house situated on the Hudson River waterfront. House is thought to be the oldest residence still standing in the Village of Coxsackie. Before our nation was born relocated New Englander, and river ferry operator William Wells constructed a stone house on what was known as the Upper Landing. The house has 5 bedrooms 2 baths and stands on 4+ acres of riverfront land. It consists of original 18th century structure with vintage architectural details and a mid twentieth century kitchen addition. Captivating river views . Not only can new owner watch river traffic from this strategically located property but can also dock a yacht along the property's deep water shore.Options abounds: Keep as private residence or develop as riverfront parcel. Exclusive showings.
|Last Updated||11/4/2018||Year Built||1740|
|BASEMENT||Full, Stone, Unfinished, Walkout; Foundation: Masonry, Yes|
|CONSTRUCTION||Brick, Stone; Siding: Brick|
|INTERIOR||Floors: Vinyl, Plaster, Sheetrock, Storm, Vinyl Clad; Walls: Brick, Wideboard, Wood; Windows: Double Hung|
|MASTER ON MAIN||Yes|
|PARKING||2.00 Car Garage|
|STYLE||2 Stories, Center Hall, Dutch|
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