Circa 1870 Rhinebeck Village Victorian

This 3100 s.f. Italianate residence was built by George Esselstyn, a Rhinebeck attorney and town supervisor beginning in the late 1860s. It is located on Chestnut St. in Rhinebeck's historic district. This home has an asymetrical layout with bays on both the east and west sides. The residence is filled with light from the original, double-hung 2 over 2 windows throughout. Typical of the style, it offers a wide foyer with grand staircase.

The exterior features include a hip roof, two original porches and a newer rear deck. The clapboard exterior is accented with dental cornices, modillions, geometric window caps and other period details.

The main level offers front and back parlors with white marble fireplaces, 10 ft. ceilings, crown moldings and thin-board oak flooring. In addition, there is a handsome library with fireplace and custom built-ins; a formal dining room with fireplace and original chandelier and an eat-in kitchen to the rear with woodstove, pressed metal ceiling and pantry.

The second level has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage room with a back staircase.

The .77 acre lot is level and features a period carriage barn and mature plantings.

Walk to village dining, shopping and theater.

Click here to view large format pics. A floor plan is also available.

Offered at $895,000.

For more information on this property contact Vicki Hickman at 845-389-9952 or click here.


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6408 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck, NY 12572
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