Ellenville-Vlg NY - ID: 20203809
On the Market
  • Price: $139,900
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2 (full)
  • Sq. Feet: 1,472
  • Garage: 1 Garage Attached
  • Acreage: 0.02
  • Year Built: 1988
  • School District: Ellenville Central
    Grist Mill Real Estate
    (800) 664-5503
Property Type: Townhouse

Description: Very nicely done 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome with a 1 car garage at the end of the lane surrounded by woods on 3 sides.(very private for a townhouse) Spacious living/dining room, large eat in kitchen, skylights, large master bedroom on main level with full bath. On the second floor you will find 2 bedrooms with an additional bathroom and hardwood flooring. Full unfinished basement, laundry room with washer and dryer and garage. Decks on the front and back of townhouse. Landscaping, snowplowing and trash removal included. the Ridge view is a winter view when leaves off the tree Tenant in property showings Need 24 hour notice Wednesday Friday Saturday Monday 12-3 Tuesday 3-5 Shoprite, Walmart, Peter's Market, Restaurant row, Shadowland theatre and the Berme Road hiking access to the top of the Shawangunk Ridge are all approximately 5 minutes away. 30 minutes to Minnewaska park or the Sam's Point access to Shawangunk Ridge. 45 minutes to the malls of Middletown and 1 hour to Bethel Woods for world class music. 13/4 hour to GW bridge or Albany please see in associate docs the story of Ellenville
Ellenville, located where the Shawangunk Ridge nearly touches the eastern Catskills and two creeks converge to form the Rondout Creek, is one of Ulster County’s most economically and ethnically diverse municipalities. Home to groundbreaking industrialists, bisected by the D&H Canal and the “Old Mine Road” (now Route 209), and gloriously scenic, Ellenville has long been both destination and way station. The village began with a large land purchase in 1798 by Alpheus Fairchild, who christened the area Fairchild City. His original home, in the heart of today’s village, was sold to the Hormbeek family, whose tavern became the seat of local government; when the community needed a new name to apply for its own post office, innkeeper Nathan Hormbeek’s sister-in-law Ellen “swayed them with her charms, ” as local lore tells it. Ellenville’s original chief industries—lumber, glass, and pottery—gave way to hospitality and spring water. Knife-making had a good run, too; it was said that every pioneer wagon needed a “Napanoch axe” from Ellenville’s neighboring hamlet, and Imperial Schrade—formed in the mid-20th century through the consolidation of five older cutlery companies—still employed over 200 when it closed in 2004. Channel Master, founded in 1949 by Joseph Resnick with $7, 000 from the sale of his brother’s nearby cabbage farm, sold $12 million worth of TV antennas a year by 1954 and gave rise to an aluminum plant. The local airport is named after Resnick, who went on to become a congressman. Ellenville’s last large factories closed in the 2000s, succumbing to the national trend toward offshore manufacturing, taking several hundred blue-collar jobs with them. (Genuine Schrade blades are still prized by those in the know.) But it’s hard to keep a good village down, and a considerable renaissance has recently been bolstered by intelligent local governance aggressively pursuing grant opportunities and presiding over environmental remediation of former iron and scrap metal yards. Two state prisons, the medium-security Ulster Correctional and the maximum-security Eastern Correctional, are co-located in neighboring Napanoch and employ many Ellenville residents; Eastern, one of New York’s oldest prisons, resembles a castle. The Ellenville Scene In response to COVID-19, Ellenville has been “adorned with gorgeous flowers, ” says Amberly Jane Campbell, publisher of the Shawangunk Journal, a weekly newspaper that has taken the place of the 140-year-old Ellenville Journal with solid local reporting and a website, NewsAtomic, that aims to become a one-stop shop for hyperlocal publishing. That’s thanks to “some of the current and former students [who] got together with the school art department and made beautiful murals, ” she explains. “And they’re closing the street by Restaurant Row on weekend evenings for outdoor dining. It’s a gloriously peaceful place to be right now.” When the pandemic hit, the village had an enormous advantage in place: Ellenville Regional Hospital, nationally recognized for its emergency department and quality of care. “We streamlined the workflow, locked some doors, changed patient rooms to negative airflow so any virus would get blown straight out of the building, ” says hospital CEO Steve Kelley. “It worked. No one caught it here. We had 28 COVID patients who came to us from other hospitals after being on ventilators, and they all went home.” Locals feast—though mostly on takeout these days—at the Publik House, Dominick’s Pizzeria, and Tony and Nick’s Italian Kitchen and enjoy fine Mexican from Gaby’s Cafe, pizza at Arianna’s, and farm-to-table at Aroma Thyme Bistro. Barthel’s Farm Market and Creamery offers fresh produce, baked goods, and ice cream; and Cohen’s Bakery has been been famously making pumpernickel and rye for almost a century. Most years, people flock to Shadowland Stages, a renovated Art Deco gem whose staff is now putting together a lineup of live performances for 2021.

COLOR: Brown
APPLIANCES: Dishwasher, Dryer, Exhaust Fan, Microwave, Oven-Built In, Range, Range Hood, Refrigerator, Washer
LOT/SITE: Suburb
STYLE: Townhouse
WATER: Municipal
KITCHEN DESCRIPTION: Cabinets Wood, Eat - In

Listing courtesy of: Bhhs Hudson Valley Prop-Sr / Listing Agent: Jeoffrey Devor
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