Upstate House

A Kingston Property Blends Traditional Details with Modern Comforts

It’s oh-so-easy to fall in love with a historic home from afar, only to discover upon closer inspection that it needs time-consuming renovations for one to be able to enjoy a modern life inside. Stumbling upon a stately home with interiors that have already been tastefully renovated with all respect paid to its architectural legacy is a much rarer thing indeed. But with one meticulously updated property tucked just off Route 28 in Kingston, a cozy two-acre, 19th-century estate outfitted with all the conveniences of contemporary living is just what you’ll find.

As you turn off the bustling main road into the driveway, there’s no doubt that you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported back in time. The white, two-story Colonial fits right in with other graceful stone homes from Kingston’s prominent 18th-century past as New York’s first capital city. Continues at