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WEB ID: 82473888

371 Liberty Street Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

in contract | Single Family | Built in 1910

3 beds
1 bath
1186 Approx. Sqft/ 0.23 acres
$459,900
  • Annual Tax: $6,564.00
  • Available Immediately

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in contract
WEB ID: 82473888

371 Liberty Street Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

Beacon, Dutchess, NY 12508

in contract | Single Family | Built in 1910

3 beds
1 bath
1186 Approx. Sqft/ 0.23 acres
$459,900
  • Annual Tax: $6,564.00
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 371 Liberty Street, Beacon, NY 12508

COME AND ENJOY THIS SPACIOUS HOME SITUATED ON A CORNER LOT. MAIN LIVING AREA HAS AN ENCLOSED PORCH ,FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM EAT IN KITCHEN DINING ROOM AREA. UPSTAIRS BOASTS 2 BEDROOMS AND A COMPUTER/DEN AND FULL BATH. LETS NOT FORGET THE OUTSIDE SPACE. FENCED IN YARD WITH LARGE PATIO AND A BEAUTIFUL SALT WATER INGROUND POOL. A TWO STORY 2 CAR GARAGE WITH A FINISHED UPSTAIRS SPACE. WALKING DISTANCE TO ...
Listing Courtesy of CENTURY 21 ALLIANCE RLTY GROUP, (845) 297-4700, LI:H6289486

key features

  • 2 Car Detached
  • Detached
  • Forced Air Heating
  • Oil Heating
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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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