Extraordinary c.1850 Gothic Revival town home. Rich with local history and located 1/2 block to the Hudson River with great views. The "William Dickie House" was built for a successful ship builder, William Dickie, who built the famous "Chrystenah" steamboat, which serviced Nyack and other ports to NYC for 60+ years.
The home features tall ceilings, ornate moldings, panel and French doors, wide board pine floors, period fireplace mantels, broad moldings, tall windows, period banister and veranda.
Alternative to NYC/Brooklyn brownstone, but in a charming village. Nyack Boat Club/marina and village are less than a 5 minute walk with local parks close by. NYC is only 40 minutes away.
Rarely does a house come on the market with such rich character and provenance
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