Despite the challenges of coordinating the overhaul of a 19th century house in the midst of a pandemic, the third annual Kingston Design Showhouse is set to open its doors this month.
With a sumptuous melding of High Victorian-era style and modern artistic vision, this 1870s manse in Kingston, N.Y., makes a rather bold statement.
Rich in history and located in the Kingston Stockade Historic District, this stately Italianate also features some inspirational interior decor.
There's curb appeal galore with this gracious home, including a generous front porch for fresh air while distancing.
One glance at the detailed, gleaming woodwork on the interior and it's perhaps no surprise that this late 19th century manse was built for a family in the lumber business.
Just in time to perk up the house hunt after a snowy winter comes a cheery Queen Anne specimen that sports an eye-catching exterior but a pretty showy interior as well.
Tired of renting, in 1919 suffragette, home economist, writer and lecturer Annie Eliza Pidgeon Searing began house hunting.
This week's top listings aren't all in Brooklyn — many are cute and affordable homes upstate in Kingston, N.Y., plus one in Queens — and many are in the starter-home-friendly price range of under $329,000. (Don't worry: Some classic Brooklyn stunners made the list, too.)
These upstate enchanters are all located in the historic Hudson Valley town of Kingston, N.Y. The prices range from just under $115,000 to just under $190,000.