Welcome To Beautiful Marlboro NY… Sandra Miller Presents 28 Church Street
Grand Victorian Home and Oversized Property Located In Beautiful Marlboro NY
Welcome To 28 Church Street in Marlboro NY
List Price: $1,200,000
Taxes: $3591 Property Taxes + $5910.13 school taxes = $9501.13. Also applicable for the Star program, which refunds part of school taxes when there are no children living in the home.
School: Much coveted Marlboro school district.
Land: A double parcel on a stately hill, just under two acres. Lower parcel can be sold or developed.
Home: (3) Large bedrooms all with closets which are rare in a Victorian. Main floor has a large living room, formal dining room with grand fireplace and eat-in kitchen. All rooms have large bay areas.
Finished basement with original wood beams and stone floor, plus Ben Franklin stove, perfect for use as a media room, kids area, or extra entertainment room. Third floor has a large bonus room which can be used as a master bedroom, home office, or kids play room. Tons of storage throughout. Two full bathrooms
Main floor has wraparound porch with original flagstone. Upper level has newer wood flooring, with grand views of the trees and Hudson River. Home has the original slate roof which has been meticulously maintained.
Grounds: Large and secluded 20 x 40 in ground gunite pool, with three outbuildings, formal rose garden. Many mature trees and lots of privacy, while still affording great views of the Hudson.
Large brick patio, which was the floor of the old carriage house overlooks the pool and is perfect for outdoor dining/entertaining.
Pedigree: Home’s history is documented with original blueprints and hand written builders contract. Built in 1890 by Calvin Wygant for his bride. Designed by renowned architect C. Wheeler.
Details: Original chestnut moldings and oak floors. Victorian details like pocket doors, push button light switches, porcelain knobs, original chandeliers and plaster ceiling medallions, leaded glass windows, grand working fireplace in the dining room, beautiful stained leaded glass in many windows. Home has a propane fueled back-up generator.
Transport: The house is a short 1.5 hour drive from Manhattan, But also accessible via Metro North to Beacon or Poughkeepsie.
Places of interest that are so close:
Vassar Vanderbilt Estate: https://www.nps.gov/vama/index.htm
Roosevelt Estate: https://www.nps.gov/hofr/index.htm
Bardovan Theatre: https://www.bardavon.org
Hudson Valley Trails and Walkways over the Hudson: https://enjoyrhinebeck.com
West Point: https://www.westpoint.edu
|United States Military Academy West Point
The U.S. Military Academy at West Point’s mission is “to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army.”
Apple Orchards: Weed Farms http://www.weedorchards.com
Wineries like Benmarl: https://benmarl.com
Jazz Clubs like The Falcon https://www.liveatthefalcon.com
Snookie of Jersey Shore is originally from Marlboro and opening a new clothing store in town
Dia Beacon https://www.diaart.org
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Dining. Libations. Vibrations. No Tickets. No Cover. Donations Encouraged. Support Living Artists!
|Home Of Franklin D Roosevelt National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service)
Discover the Roosevelts. Home to the 32nd and longest-serving president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt returned to Hyde Park often, drawing on this place to renew his spirit during times of personal and political crisis.
|Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service)
A Masterpiece of American Design. Built by of one of the first families of wealth in America. Designed by one of the nation’s preeminent architects.