Step back in time

This circa 1800 Colonial offers five bedrooms, functional barn and four acres of park-like property


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— Timeless and elegant best describes this historic home for sale in the majestic Town of Warwick.

Everything you need to live a life of luxury and grace is readily at your fingertips:

This home is situated on more than four park-like acres with mature trees and landscaping.

This stunning circa 1800 Colonial transports you to another time with its high craftsmanship and finishes that you simply do not find today.

With five bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, you will have more than enough space for your family to stretch out and relax.

This home has room to spare. There are nine rooms in all, with just over 4,300 square feet of space.

Hardwood floors run throughout the home.

A functional barn within close proximity would be useful to an artist or car enthusiast.

You will be impressed from the first moment you see this stately home with its welcoming porch.

Step through an inviting foyer and take note of the high ceilings, beam work and the excellent flow of this home with its abundant storage.

Ample closet space, a walk-in pantry and full, unfinished basement and a master bedroom with bath are just some of the features this home has to offer.

A spacious kitchen with wood burning fireplace will surely be the focal point of family gatherings.

The home has natural gas, a drilled well and the location is perfect for a commuter on Kings Highway, with easy accessibility to Routes 94 and 17A and the New York State Thruway.

Make your appointment today to see this extraordinary home by calling Rosy Wansor at 845-629-4695.

Each week’s featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by The Warwick Advertiser's advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Frank Curcio, at sales@strausnews.com.












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