You cannot get any closer to Uptown Kingston than this: you are right in the center of it. Step out the door of your historic 1723 home and you are just moments from all the restaurants, shops, two churches and amenities (post office, DMV, banks, insurance and law offices) that the bustling Stockade has to offer. The elegant John Van Steenburg home actually survived the British burning of Kingston and remains as one of the town's most desirable properties, not only for its preserved details and location, but with a conjoined house zoned for commercial office space. (This second house is currently rented for $1,500 until September of 2021, and tenant pays for utilities), but can also serve multiple purposes for a new owner's use and can indeed easily be made into a single family residence by simply opening a door, And there are four designated parking spaces in the lot behind1 The Van Steenburg home, with its built-ins, beams and original hardware, features gracious living and dining areas, as well as an up-to-the-minute kitchen, with a fabulous pantry, that looks out into a lovely patio where, while happily seated, you would never know you are in the middle of Kingston. (out at the back there is a cool workshop and there's a new roof over the adjacent rowhouse.) This is an eminently livable and lovable house. Just open the door and step into the vibrant outside world, and yet you can be privately contained from it. This combination of commercial use, two separate structures and a historic residence is currently unmatched in the Kingston real-estate market.
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