Kinderhook Home with History

This nineteenth century spacious Kinderhook home (once part of an historic mercantile compound with storefront and adjoining unique trade building) has been completely updated and stylishly renovated.

Now it's a remarkable light-filled 3500 square foot loft-style home with open spaces: living room, dining area, family room, studio, cathedral ceilinged kitchen, plus 1/2 bath with laundry on the first floor. Much admired and photographed, the Feed and Seed building was featured in a recent book "Conversations on the Hudson" by Nick Hand in the April 2014 Conde Nast Traveler and in the New York Times "Escapes Section."

The property includes a two-car garage plus storage on a large deep village lot. Walk to Village Square, Library, Farmer's Market, restaurants and the new Jack Shainman Gallery "School." Only 15 minutes to Hudson and 30 minutes to the Capital District.  $395,000
Peggy Lampman Real Estate, 518-851-2277

Circa 1820 Historic Federal

This elegant side hall Federal house, in the historic village of Kinderhook, has distinctive Carpenter Gothic porch that shelters the front door framed by shuttered sidelights, etched fanlight and pediment. Inside, the wide front hall opens to a graceful parlor with Adam decorated mantel and twin alcoves, one on each side of the fireplace. The hallway leads to the large keeping room (also with Adam mantel and fireplace), which is connected to the newly renovated kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances and tiled cook-stove alcove.

A formal dining room connects to the hall and keeping room by French doors, while a second set opens to the lush gardens. On a double lot, 15 minutes to Hudson, 20 to the Capital District, under two and a half hours to Boston or NYC.  $439,000
Peggy Lampman Real Estate, 518-851-2277