DIY enthusiasts can sink their teeth into this renovation challenge – a 1950s midcentury modern fixer-upper just 40 minutes north of Manhattan.
The two-bedroom Piermont home is on the market via Sotheby’s International Realty for $469,000 and is being sold ‘as is’. It has been partially gutted by the present owner, including bathrooms and kitchen, but there’s a wealth of original features inside the 1,755 sq ft sq ft Hudson Valley property.
Rooms features cherry and teak wood paneling, as well as concrete floors and lofty ceilings. The Great Room has a vast wood-burning fireplace and the dining room has large windows overlooking the Hudson River.
The two-storey US property sits in 1.46 acres of woodland and there’s room for a pool or extension, subject to planning.
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