1186 Creek Locks Road, Bloomington
This house is truly worth seeing if your dream is to live in 1830’s homes with great character. The house was built on land owned by the Van Wagenen, Lefevre and Schoonmaker families. One of the first owners was James E. Schoonmaker & Maria LeFevre who owned over 100 acres on Creek Locks Road. Later on, the Rondout Creek was used as a towpath for the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company in moving goods from PA to NYC. There is some work that is in the process of being completed on the front of the house. New shutters are expected to go up by the end of October which will give this beautiful historic home the face lift it deserves. There are still wide original wood floors that are in wonderful condition and a rare site in today’s homes. All 4 bedrooms are very spacious. It was believed that at one time the living room was smaller and that there was a bedroom that was added to the living room giving it it's large grand feeling. With a little clearing of the previous path to the water’s edge can be re-established giving you full access to the water frontage of the Rondout Creek. The Creek is just a short distance from the Hudson River.
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