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WEB ID: 82531213

121 Rombout Avenue, 4 Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

in contract | RENTAL | Built in 2004

1 bed
2 baths/1 half bath
1600 Approx. Sqft/ 1.3 acres
$3,500
  • Available Immediately

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in contract
WEB ID: 82531213

121 Rombout Avenue, 4 Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

in contract | RENTAL | Built in 2004

1 bed
2 baths/1 half bath
1600 Approx. Sqft/ 1.3 acres
$3,500
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 121 Rombout Avenue, 4, Beacon, NY 12508

These newly built 1,600 sq luxury NYC loft style apartments located in downtown Beacon feature European kitchens, stainless appliances, soaring 24 ft ceilings. Second floor loft area can be used as 2nd bedroom or office has its own full bath. Main floor is drenched with light and has open floor plan, master has full bath walk in closet. Each unit is equipped with washer/dryer there is an outdoor green space for...
Listing Courtesy of JONCAR REALTY INC, (845) 831-3331, LI:H6290319

key features

  • Central air
  • Central Air Cooling
  • Forced Air Heating
  • Natural Gas Heating
  • Parking Lot
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    Beacon

    Beacon was formed when two separate towns, Matteawan on Fishkill Creek and Fishkill Landing on the Hudson River, literally grew into each other, merging to form the mile-long main drag we know today. Named for the signal fires that blazed in its hills during the Revolution, the once-thriving factory town began a new chapter when Dia, the progressive contemporary art organization that rose to prominence in the age of Donald Judd and Andy Warhol, plinthed its collection in a crumbling Nabisco box plant — a singular event that catalyzed the complete revival of the city’s rambling red brick blocks. Chock full of post-industrial charm, Beacon appeals to everyone from bikers to upcyclers, with miles of mountain trails and a sizable downtown spilling over with craft beer bars, coffee roasters, and maker boutiques. A diverse stock of historic artist lofts, single-family homes, and new construction rentals offer flexible housing options, all just a 75-minute train ride to Grand Central Terminal.

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