The Nightingale House | 1870 Victorian Overlooking the Hudson River

Ian Nelson

Ian Nelson

The Nightingale House | 1870 Victorian Overlooking the Hudson River

$2,290,000 | Built 1870 | 4,400 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.49 Acres
850 Piermont Ave, Piermont, NY 10968

A rare chance to own a spacious home in a waterfront community. Situated a stone’s throw from the Hudson, The Nightingale House is quintessentially Piermont. Built in 1870, this three-story gem features four bedrooms (including a private suite perfect for guests or an au pair) and views of the Hudson to be enjoyed from the front porch. Impressive historic details are combined with modern luxuries thanks to an addition completed in 2019 creating a family room with custom built-ins, a flex space/home gym, and a large laundry and mud room. In addition to the formal living and dining room, the first floor has space for a home office or two, all with original details. The second-floor bedrooms are spacious with large windows and a second laundry space. A third floor retreat boasts custom cabinetry, half bath and a decorative window with breathtaking river views. Walk to dinner, bicycle in the park, jog on the trail, paddle on the river or drive to the city. It doesn’t get better than this.


Natalie Baraknatalie.barak@sothebysrealty.com • (917) 605-0454
Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography Credit: Ian Nelson



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