Everything old is new again

This Colonial built circa 1800 with character sits on five acres, has a barn for horses and has kitchen that's a chef's dream

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— This is a home that blends the best of yesteryear with modern times.

One-Thirty-Two Covered Bridge Road will truly captivate your imagination. This antique Colonial, circa 1800 located in the heart of historic Warwick, captivates your imagination with its rich architectural character, relaxed elegance and all the outstanding modern amenities expected for comfortable family living to formal entertaining on a grand scale.

Here you will find original details, including wide plank hardwood floors, lavish millwork and inviting nooks and crannies reflecting the home's distinguished history.

Elegant formal living and dining rooms flow easily from the entry hall with side stair.

This stunning home has room to spare with 6,000-square-feet, encompassing six bedrooms and three full bathrooms plus one half bath.

The kitchen is a chef's dream complete with Viking Stove, new granite counters and back splash plus the original butler's pantry.

Discriminating buyers can't help but be impressed by the master suite with its luxe marble bath and steam shower.

The original walk-up attic, with plenty of storage space, completes the third floor. The basement has a workshop and boat room.

As the weather improves, enjoy outdoor meals on the slate patio in your hot tub overlooking this lovely and expansive property with mature landscaping.

There is a barn for horses and a stream on this idyllic property with five acres for you to explore.

This is a home that must be seen to be believed with just too many features to list.

Contact Lucyann Tinnirello for an appointment by calling 845-986-7730 and get ready to meet your new home.

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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William C. Williams
  • Sep 20, 2018


Warwick, NY