First time on the market! The original owner has loved, maintained and carefully updated this 4 bedroom colonial which is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac of manicured homes. Just minutes from New Paltz, don't miss this opportunity to make this fine home your own! They say the heart of the home is the kitchen....well you will fall in love with this custom kitchen by Appuzzo, remastered in 2012! Discover the many built-ins, Quartz counters, tile backsplash, under counter lighting, built-in oven and microwave and counter-top range. Cozy family room with masonry, wood burning fireplace, and slider out to the rear yard. 'L' shaped living room/dining room, is plenty of space for all your entertaining! Four second-floor bedrooms, include a Master suite with includes a walk-in closet and a secondary closet with full bath reworked in 2002 to include a shower. In 2016, the second bath was renovated by Appuzzo to include glass doors and tile flooring. Updated mechanicals, Burnham boiler was replaced in 2013, 200 amp electric service, water softener with UV light 2017, security system, and 2 zone Carrier central AC. In 2013, owners installed a stand by generator along with a B-Dry system in 2018, which keeps the basement dry and comes with a warranty for the life of the structure. Forty year architectural shingles, Ultra Timberline, were installed in1999. AS you can see, this home has been updated, and when you visit you will be pleased to see all the tasteful updates and improvements that have been done over the years! The convenient location is an added plus from the Shawangunk Mountains to the Hudson River, from farms to wineries, rail trails to amazing locations where history was made. The Hudson Valley offers something for everyone. Only 90 minutes to the GWB and minutes to all major highways! Come take a peek, you won't be disappointed!
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