Rhinebeck Village Fixer-Upper 249K


IT’S BEEN SITTING ON THE MARKET for a year, with price drops along the way. What’s wrong with it?! It’s an 1890s house in pretty decent shape, in the impeccable Hudson River town of Rhinebeck. On a tiny lot, true — I would find the lack of gardening ops very frustrating.


But sweet it is. It can only be the overall lousy market conditions that keeps this place from being snapped up, as it would have been in years and markets past.


For all the deets, go here.

And thanks to Upstater, the Hudson River Valley/Catskills real-estate blog with taste, for zeroing in on this charmer.

About cara

I blog (for fun) here at casaCARA, and write (for money) about architecture, interiors, gardens and travel for many national magazines and websites.
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3 Responses to Rhinebeck Village Fixer-Upper 249K

  1. Mary-Liz Campbell says:

    Love that kitchen sink! Maybe it would sell if they painted the inside?

  2. aliahanna says:

    So glad you like this one, too! I want to steal that sink and put it in my own house.

  3. mopar says:

    Oh, it’s so cute! Love the moldings and the kitchen. Just take off that 1950s trip on the teens (?) cupboards. That linoleum pattern has been in production since the 1800s. (Not that it’s original, I’m sure.) Screen the wood floors. A little paint, maybe an electrical upgrade, and you’re all set.

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