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Historic c.1856 Second Empire Mansion in Newburgh, NY Reduced to $639K (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1856 Second Empire Mansion in Newburgh, NY Reduced to $639K (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1856 Second Empire Mansion in Newburgh, NY Reduced to $639K (PHOTOS)
March 20
09:59 2019

Historic c.1856 Second Empire Mansion in Newburgh, NY Reduced to $639K

317 Grand Street, Newburgh, New York, United States, 12550

One of Newburgh, New York’s most significant mansions has been reduced to $639,000. It originally hit the market in June of 2018 for $725,000 before dropping to $699,000 in October 2018. The historic 10,766 square foot Second Empire residence was built in 1856 and has been largely preserved in its original condition. Much of the original woodwork, carved wooden and marble fireplaces, intricate cornices, Moroccan inspired encaustic tile and Tiffany stained glass windows remain. The listing says the home is currently setup as a four family residence, but has the potential to be adapted for many different uses or to return as a stately single family residence. Features include a spectacular staircase with raised seating area with fireplace, a large formal dining room with panelled walls and coffered ceiling and a majestic columned verandah. The listing notes that the mansion was once owned by one of Newburgh’s most prominent and respected businessmen, a railroad mogul twice elected as Mayor and later a State Senator. Photography by Ann Stratton. It’s on the market for $639,000 $699,000 $725,000 with Rosemary Lee.

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