Historic Greek Revival home in downtown Poughkeepsie. The 3-story home is currently in use by The Barrett Art Center and will be vacated upon sale. The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The home has served as residence to Poughkeepsie's lawyers and bankers, to the Barrett family beginning in 1989, and as a home to Thomas Barrett from 1902 to 1947. Constructed as a single family home, this is a unique opportunity to acquire and convert it back to a single family home. The 3rd floor finished attic contains Barrett's art studio. Previous alterations to the space include the creation of a darkroom and fire exit to provide egress. This would make an ideal live-work home for an artist or a truly unique restoration. There's a full kitchen on the main level and the floor plan is suitable for a straightforward conversion. Two staircases lead to the second floor with plenty of space and 3 large bedrooms. The conversion to a single family residence may be as simple as converting the 2nd floor 1/2 bath to a full bath with tub or shower. Additional information on the history of the home can be provided upon request.
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