219 East Union Street, Kingston
Nestled into the Rondout, and part of the historic Ponckhockie waterfront neighborhood, this home is filled with Kingston history and charm. Built in the 1770's, the three story home served as a boarding house for the Newark Lime & Cement Company between 1844-1850. Constructed of brick and bluestone, the house features original wide plank flooring on both the second and third floors and bluestone window sills throughout the exterior. The first floor features an inviting dining room, galley kitchen and full bath. The second floor features a bedroom with access to the back porch, and the living room with access to the front porch, where you'll find beautiful views of the Rondout Creek and the beautiful Hudson River. The staircase leading to the third floor is original to the home as are the plaster walls, while the third floor features a living room, bedroom and full bath. The home is complete with a private driveway and fenced in backyard. Step inside this home rich in history and take advantage of all it has to offer!
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