Circa 1890 New York Fixer Upper $110K
OHU50K Notes $110,000
The exterior of this fixer upper is extraordinary with its imbricated shingles on top, brick bottom, and both witch hat and bell roof tower. It is one of many beautiful homes on this block.
CITY OF POUGHKEEPSIE BRICK VICTORIAN LOADED WITH CHARACTER AND CHARM. INCLUDES ORIGINAL STAIRCASE, ORNATE MOLDING & TRIM, HARDWOOD FLOORS W/HERRINGBONE PATTERN & INLAYS. LARGE LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM W/FIREPLACE & SPACIOUS KITCHEN ON MAIN LEVEL. SECOND FLOOR INCLUDES FOUR BEDROOMS AND FULL BATHROOM.
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- Circa 1890
48 S Hamilton St, Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601 $110,000
This beautiful Queen Anne has been the home of several prominent Poughkeepsie families.
In the 1950s and 1960s, it was the home of the Corbally family. Charles Joseph Corbally was Poghkeepsie city judge for 16 years as well as first Vice President of the Poughkeepsie Savings Bank.
06 Nov 1966, Sun · Page 2C
The Bedell family, pictured below in front of the home’s fireplace, purchased the home from the Corbally estate. Raymond Bedell was a procedures analyst at the International Business Machines Corp., and his wife, Barbara, was a part-time community relations coordinator for the Spackenkill School District. The couple had four children, Patty, Barbara Ann, Raymey and Robert. The Bedells were chosen by the City of Poughkeepsie as New York State’s 1971 All-American family.