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WEB ID: 83956511

3 Meadow Court High Falls, Ulster, NY 12440

High Falls, Ulster, NY 12440

for sale | Single Family | Built in 1989

4 beds
1 bath/1 half bath
$349,999
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 83956511

3 Meadow Court High Falls, Ulster, NY 12440

High Falls, Ulster, NY 12440

for sale | Single Family | Built in 1989

4 beds
1 bath/1 half bath
$349,999
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 3 Meadow Court, High Falls, NY 12440

You wont believe the value in this home! Located on a quiet street in the town of High Falls, this four bedroom one and a half bathroom raised ranch sits on a fenced in yard with potential for so much. The many features of this home include a spacious kitchen with wood cabinets for plenty of storage and a double door refrigerator. Enter into the living room, which is open to the eat-in kitchen and meticulously mai...
Listing Courtesy of CENTURY 21 HUDSON VALLEY, NY_MLSUC:20240656

key features

  • Central air
  • Baseboard Heating
  • carpet Flooring
  • Ceiling Fan(S) Cooling
  • Hot water Heating
  • Linoleum Flooring
  • Oil Heating
  • Steam Heating
  • vinyl Flooring
  • Wall Unit(S) Cooling
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    Tucked against the face of a 500-foot-tall mountain along the rushing waters of Rondout Creek, Rosendale spent more than a century as the cradle of America’s cement industry, churning out a superior, all-natural product that was poured into such landmarks as the Brooklyn Bridge and the base of the Statue of Liberty. No longer an industrial boomtown, the draws to live in this Ulster County community—it's located about halfway between Kingston and New Paltz—are all the more concrete. Colorfully-painted Victorian storefronts form the central business district, nestled amidst a naturally-dramatic setting beneath a spindly railroad viaduct-turned-railway. You’ll find artful boutiques, an all-vegetarian eatery, and a 260-seat independent theater, a hub for performances and screenings alike. The close-knit, neighborly village is well-regarded for its strong sense of community, welcoming all who visit with a natural desire to stay awhile longer.

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