88 Maiden Lane

Kingston, NY 12401 View Map $975,000 Schedule a Tour
Beds4
Baths3Full21/2
Sq.Ft.3,642
Year1726
Glenn Fitzgerald

Glenn Fitzgerald

(845) 443-7776

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Status: Active
Property Type:Single Family
MLS #:20232732
Sq. Feet:3,642
On Site:8 Days
Lot Size:0.14 Acres
County:Ulster County
Welcome to the historic Conrad Elmendorf Tavern, a truly remarkable 1726 stone and frame colonial home that seamlessly blends period charm with modern amenities. The interior boasts a spacious and welcoming floor plan with wide board floors and hand-crafted original iron hardware. The formal dining room is a true gem, adorned with an original American Folk art mural by renowned Kingston artist Kevin Paulsen that tells a story of its own. Imagine hosting memorable dinners surrounded by this captivating artwork, illuminated by the warm glow of one of the three charming fireplaces which are conveniently outfitted with gas logs. The living room offers a cozy retreat, perfect for gatherings with friends and family, while the den provides a tranquil space for reading or relaxation. The studio is a versatile space, ideal for pursuing your creative passions or setting up a home office. And a hidden passageway located behind a hinged bookcase along with two closed stairways enhance the allure and mystery of this historic residence. The primary bedroom is warmed by one of the fireplaces and the primary 'split' bathroom offers a shower room featuring Ann Sacks tile and overlooks the beautiful and established hidden garden. The fourth bedroom, which is currently used as a den, shares the hallway leading to this area. Opposite the primary suite is a generously proportioned guest suite, featuring a bathroom thoughtfully designed to harmonize with the home's historic ambiance. The custom kitchen features multipaned glass-doored cabinetry that combines functionality with timeless aesthetics, beautifully matched to the home's historic significance. From the kitchen, step outside onto your private patio, a hidden oasis within this enchanting property. Surrounded by lush and exotic landscaping, it's the perfect place to savor your morning coffee or host alfresco gatherings. The tranquil yard offers ample space for gardening and outdoor entertaining. The brick portion of the home, built in the 1850's, offers the second den, studio, upstairs bedroom with full vintage bath and laundry room. Located in the 'Stockade Area' of Uptown Kingston, the home is just a few blocks to all the conveniences of the Uptown area. What truly sets this property apart is its historical significance as it was the site of the last meeting of the Council of Safety on the fateful night of October 15, 1777, just before the British forces burned Kingston. Owning this home means owning a piece of American history.

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Community Information

Address:88 Maiden Lane, Kingston, NY 12401
Zip Code:12401

Architecture

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3 Full / 2 Half
Year Built:1726
Style:Colonial, Stone
Construction: Brick, Stone
Siding: Brick, Stone
Roof: Asph Shingle
Basement: Full, Unfinished
Garage/Parking: Off Street

Features / Amenities

Interior Features: Master Bath
Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Kitchen: Custom Cabinets, Cabinets Wood, Eat - In
Floors: Wide Board, Wood
Fireplace: Brick, Stone, Gas
Fireplace Location: Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room
Attic: Storage, Walk Up
Other Rooms: Studio
Exterior Features: Fence, Landscaped, Partial Fenced
Porch: Open, Patio
Miscellaneous: Bar-Dry, Ceiling-Beamed
Heat Source: Hot Water, Radiators
Heating Fuel: Natural Gas
Hot Water: Gas
Total Rooms:10

Rooms

Level
Bedroom 12
Bedroom 22
Bedroom 32
Bedroom 42
Living Room1
Family Room0
Dining Room1
Kitchen1
Den1
Utility2

Property Features

Lot Size: 0.14 Acres
Lot Dimensions:110' x 55'
Lot Features: Corner Lot, Landscaped, Level
Lot/Site: City
Water: Municipal
Sewer: Municipal
Electricity: 200 Amps, Circuit Breakers
Plumbing: Mixed
Internet Access: Cable
Zoning:O-2
Directions:From North Front Street, proceed down Fair to house on SE corner of Fair and Maiden.

Tax and Financial Info

Annual Taxes: $11,862
General Tax: $4,370
School Tax: $7,492

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Welcome to the historic Conrad Elmendorf Tavern, a truly remarkable 1726 stone and frame colonial home that seamlessly blends period charm with modern amenities. The interior boasts a spacious and welcoming floor plan with wide board floors and hand-crafted original iron hardware. The formal dining room is a true gem, adorned with an original American Folk art mural by renowned Kingston artist Kevin Paulsen that tells a story of its own. Imagine hosting memorable dinners surrounded by this captivating artwork, illuminated by the warm glow of one of the three charming fireplaces which are conveniently outfitted with gas logs. The living room offers a cozy retreat, perfect for gatherings with friends and family, while the den provides a tranquil space for reading or relaxation. The studio is a versatile space, ideal for pursuing your creative passions or setting up a home office. And a hidden passageway located behind a hinged bookcase along with two closed stairways enhance the allure and mystery of this historic residence. The primary bedroom is warmed by one of the fireplaces and the primary 'split' bathroom offers a shower room featuring Ann Sacks tile and overlooks the beautiful and established hidden garden. The fourth bedroom, which is currently used as a den, shares the hallway leading to this area. Opposite the primary suite is a generously proportioned guest suite, featuring a bathroom thoughtfully designed to harmonize with the home's historic ambiance. The custom kitchen features multipaned glass-doored cabinetry that combines functionality with timeless aesthetics, beautifully matched to the home's historic significance. From the kitchen, step outside onto your private patio, a hidden oasis within this enchanting property. Surrounded by lush and exotic landscaping, it's the perfect place to savor your morning coffee or host alfresco gatherings. The tranquil yard offers ample space for gardening and outdoor entertaining. The brick portion of the home, built in the 1850's, offers the second den, studio, upstairs bedroom with full vintage bath and laundry room. Located in the 'Stockade Area' of Uptown Kingston, the home is just a few blocks to all the conveniences of the Uptown area. What truly sets this property apart is its historical significance as it was the site of the last meeting of the Council of Safety on the fateful night of October 15, 1777, just before the British forces burned Kingston. Owning this home means owning a piece of American history.



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