If you appreciate open spaces, large elegant rooms with 10 feet ceilings, big enough to play shuffle board or host your college reunion, 5 St Josephs Terrace is your home. The ground level includes an open floor plan with a large family room flowing into the extended eat-in kitchen. Adjacent to the kitchen are the laundry nook and first full bathroom. The kitchen leads to the backyard with a dining area, garden, koi pond, and grape arbor. As you enter the second floor – main level – from the monumental entry way, you are led down a long hallway to the formal dining room, fluted columns punctuate both entrances to the classic living room. Walking up the original oak staircase with lighted newel posts, the large bay window and interior skylight splash natural light across the the third floor – three bedrooms and the second full bathroom. Finally, the fourth floor includes the third bathroom with a claw foot tub, two additional skylights, and three large rooms ideal for a working studio space, office, or extra bedrooms.
Read more about the architectural description of 5 St Josephs Terrace, as printed in the Building Structure Inventory Report, issued by the New York State Historic Trust, Office of Parks and Recreation, August 1974.
Total Taxes: $3,992
Full Bathrooms: 3
Bonus: 1 large studio space
9 1/2 to 10 feet ceilings,
Lighted oak newel posts,
Three original skylights,
Four original leaded stain glass windows,
Claw foot tub,
Grand sandstone entryway and staircase.
6 burner Garland gas stove,
Stainless steal appliances,
Built-in antique china cabinet with wet bar,
Two walk-in closets,
Custom built laundry nook and pantry,
Full unfinished basement,
Extra fourth floor studio space with full bathroom.
Fenced perennial gardens,