Thursday, June 18, 2020 / by Vanessa Saunders
The Vernal Equinox, the longest day of the year, happens this year on a Saturday. Doesn't it behoove us to make good use of all this extra daylight by attending an event (or events) in the Hudson Valley?
There are only two times of the year when the Earth's axis is tilted neither toward nor away from the sun, resulting in a "nearly" equal amount of daylight and darkness at all latitudes. These events are referred to as Equinoxes and will occur on March 19th at 9:49 pm MDT (Vernal Equinox - the first day of Spring) and again on September 22nd at 7:30 am MDT (Autumnal Equinox - the first day of fall).
A Few Things to Do on the Longest Day of the Year in the Hudson Valley
Donate Items to AnimalKind’s Upcoming Virtual Auction “Raise a Paw” AnimalKind in Hudson is planning an online auction to raise money for our rescue. We are reaching out to you with the hopes you maybe able to donate: Service, Art, Vacation Rentals, Gift Certificates, Jewelry, Antique. ...
Thursday, December 5, 2019 / by Vanessa Saunders
A recent cover story on the Hudson Valley Magazine's the Real Estate section featured our listing for sale at 60 Balmville Road under the headline "5 Historic Homes in Newburgh That Will Steal Your Heart".
We couldn't agree more!
The article points out that Newburgh's recent renaissance of it's restaurants, retail and waterfront is stimulating an increase in property values in the area. There are still some bargains to be had, especially in older, historic homes,
The home at 60 Balmville Road is certainly one of those, a 1856 Gothic Revival masterpiece on 1.9 well-tended acres which offers a wealth of original architectural details. It has 10-foot mahogany coffered ceilings, five fireplaces, wall paneling, and the original recessed mahogany bookcases. Many wood built-in features are meticulously carved, accented by ornamental plaster swag molding, and ceiling moldings with dainty corner cartouches. Other details include a funky 1940s bathrooms and an updated kitche. ...
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 / by Vanessa Saunders
Stunning and significant, Frederick Clarke Withers’ early Victorian masterpiece sits serenely back from the road in elegant Balmville, surrounded by sweeping lawns. Completed in 1856, its spacious rooms with 10-feet ceilings give it grandeur & a sense of history. No ordinary home, 5 unique fireplaces, mahogany coffered ceilings and wall paneling, the original recessed mahogany bookcases with the 19th century glass doors intact, wonderful decorative strap work ceiling , meticulous wood carved built-ins, ornamental plaster swag molding, & ceiling moldings with delicate corner cartouches, make it extraordinary. Partially restored and renovated, some of the rooms still need some work, but it’s entirely livable with an updated kitchen and recent extensive repairs inside and out including the slate roof, plumbing and electricity. Made for a crowd, family and friends, this exciting, important piece of Newburgh history is a blank canvas, waiting to shine again. Come bring im ...