The House In Rosendale, a highly profitable short term rental in the heart of the Hudson Valley’s most colorful and unique town is now seeking its new owner. Built in 1895, and fully gut renovated in 2008, this original brick construction was a part of the local Rosendale natural cement industry and housed the Century Cement Company Store. Lovingly restored over the last several years by the current and prior owner, this two bedroom, two bath beauty now welcomes the many visitors that pass through to appreciate the wonders of Rosendale’s natural environs. As you enter the front door into the open concept living/dining/kitchen area, you are greeted with expansive ceilings and a meticulously maintained and well cared for home. The kitchen is tastefully renovated with a brand new Blomberg refrigerator and bold cabinetry. Both spacious and cozy, there are two distinct living areas, one on each level. The primary suite with its cathedral ceilings and oversized windows looks out into the woods of the Rondout creek and the friendly hamlet that creates the building block of Rosendale’s reputation: good community. The second bedroom is lofted over the den, also with a king size bed. The perfect spot for guests or to be converted into office space.Custom-made wood shutters fit perfectly into each curved window. Seasonal views of the Rondout creek are visible from the covered back patio that allows outdoor enjoyment in all weather. The stone firepit is safely situated a bit further afield and warms up the winter nights. A fenced yard will both keep your fur family safe while creating a secure feeling of protection and privacy from the easy to maintain .12 acres. Town water and sewer add to the ease of maintenance.Just minutes from the trestle spanning across the Rondout creek below, and from the area’s two rail trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and xc skiing, the location is second to none. Live central to everything: You can be in the center of Rosendale with its farmer’s market, local shops, theatre and trail system in less than a minute. High Falls and Stone Ridge are both less than 5 minutes away and you’ll be equidistant to Kingston and New Paltz. Across the street is the Widow Jane Mine, one of the many caves of the area that were left to explore after the limestone was excavated. The area is known for its secret ‘air-conditioning caves’ that provide surprise blasts of geo- thermal cooling as you are hiking along.The House in Rosendale has grossed 48k and 57k respectively in 2020 and 2021. The home decor was curated and designed by Pittsburgh designer, Angela Walker and is also available for separate purchase.
Furnishings and home contents are available for additional purchase as a package with a few omissions. 20k for curated/designed collection Municipal Water and Sewer are billed together quarterly on average $120.00 per quarter. a pre-listing home inspection was conducted. the report is available to all interested buyers. trash can be brought to the transfer station for $40/year or private pick up