Newburgh City Living is excited to market 24 Courtney Avenue, located in the Washington Heights section of the City of Newburgh, an area commonly referred to as “The Heights” by community members. This newly-renovated, attached 19th Century Italianate row house is less than a block away from a view of the Hudson River, and is situated in one of the most coveted historic districts in the city. The property was thoughtfully reverted from a two family rental to a contemporary one family home.
The home features 8 ft. ceilings, an open concept floor plan, restored original floors, spacious chef’s kitchen that leads to a private rear garden, high-end refrigerator, dishwasher, and six burner stove. A cast iron farm sink is located in an eat-in island, topped with a surface from the artisan woodworkers at Brooklyn Butcher Blocks. On the second floor, there are two bedrooms and one master suite that features a walk-in closet. Recent upgrades include: plumbing and electric, a newly stained back deck, exterior painting, power washing and renovation of the finished basement.
The home is a 2.5 block bike or car ride from the shops, restaurants and bars along Liberty Street. Join the retail renaissance that is happening along this retail strip! You can purchase a perfect bottle of wine from Palate Wine & Spirits, a freshly squeezed juice from the Juice Headquarters, and enjoy the smoked salmon at Ms. Fairfax or the shirred eggs gruyère at Caffe Macchiato. In a short time we will be welcoming Liberty Street Bistro, a restaurant serving up French-influenced cuisine, but for now you can enjoy the Paper Box Pale Ale at Newburgh’s own Newburgh Brewery, a pub and event space also located within walking distance from 24 Courtney.
Photography: Ann Stratton