There are a fair amount of quaint coffee lounges that are still amongst us today. They’re a great place for people to meet and socialize, listen to local live music, and kick back and take in the soothing tones. But, how about a house in Sneden’s Landing in NY that’s believed to have been visited by the esteemed General and President George Washington. Knowing that the 2,473 sq ft white beauty was built in 1810, it’s surely more possible now than ever. It’s also reported that two deceased veteran folk musicians Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie occupied the house by Route 9W.
This early 19th century abode is one to not underestimate. Floor plan conveniently includes 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. House is modernized fairly nicely, with revitalized flooring and stainless steel appliances. Lets not leave out the fireplaces that warm up the already seemingly cozy estate. The two-story home has been resting on 0.56 acres, which provides room for expansion at the future owner(s) convenience. Other amenities include premises fencing, finished basement, patio, BBQ area, security system, bar, anti-storm windows, and centralized air conditioning.
The generous price tag of $1.295 million truly speaks out to history buffs, or those who just want a bang for their buck.
Address:¬†197 Route 9W, Palisades NY 10964