52-68 Wurts Street, KINGSTON
Opportunities such as this rarely come along, the chance to bring a central part of the historic Rondout District of Kingston back to life! Perched high atop the apex of the Rondout lies a parcel of land deeply rooted in Kingston history. Bordered on the west by the stately homes of Wurts St, on the east by the architectural masterpiece from JA Wood, formerly the Thomas Cornell Carriagehouse, on Post Street, Cornell Park to the south, and Spring Street to the north. This parcel was once the site of the Thomas Cornell mansion, which was decommissioned in 1942, but still existing are the wonderful limestone stairs and walls, which framed the entrance on Wurts, along with the enormous bluestone slabs that anchor it. There exists a proposed sub-division into six lots, (see associated documents) with a private lane entering from Spring St. Creative site preparation would open the tremendous views over the entire Rondout District! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a new focal point in this incredible neighborhood Subdivision has received approval. New 3 lot map attached Proposed 3 magnificent building lots. Lots being offered at $250,000 per lot.
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