c. 1870 – Saugerties, NY

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45 Main St, Saugerties, NY 12477

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  • $375,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4768 Sq Ft
  • 0.6 Ac.
1870 Brick Victorian on the market for the first time in over 50 years. Located on .6 acres on the corner of Main Street and Gurth Lane, just a few blocks from the Historic Village of Saugerties. Four bedrooms, 3 baths, 4768 sq. ft. of living space which includes LR, DR, Den, Family Room and two massive rooms waiting to be turned into a library, study and/ or parlour. Drive under the porte-cochere and walk up onto the wrap- around porch before entering the old part of the home. Renovations on this house have not been completed and the house is being sold in its present condition. The home has many original details such as parquet and hardwood floors, high ceilings, tall windows and a walk up attic. This is a golden opportunity to restore one of the grandest homes in the village of Saugerties. Walking distance to Seamon's Park, the Lighthouse, the Saugerties Public Library and many shops and restaurants.
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Jennifer Mangione, Grist Mill Real Estate
(845) 246-3200
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  1. JimHJimH says: 5119 comments
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    The home of Joseph Milton Boies (1809-1891), his wife Electa Laflin and their large family. Boies was the managing partner of the Laflin, Smith & Boies gunpowder company, founded by his wife’s family in Massachusetts and eventually sold to DuPont. The house had major updates after 1900 and not a great deal of original content survives inside, but it’s a majestic place nevertheless.


    (My gggf lived down the street while the powder mill was here, a cooper who undoubtedly made barrels for them.)


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