For under $1M, a Staten Island Victorian with plenty of curb appeal

Courtesy of Kerry DeBellis of Re/Max

The renovated home has a large front porch

It’s tough these days to find a home below $1 million in Manhattan and Brooklyn—the boroughs are home to some of the city’s most expensive real estate—but in other boroughs it’s not that hard to find better deals. This two-story Staten Island Victorian, which just listed at $855,000, is a great example.

The renovated 2,301-square-foot house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large patio, a wood-burning fireplace, three-car driveway, and a large front porch. Built in 1925, the house’s Victorian facade with wood panels and doric columns offers a ton of old world charm.

The property is located at 34 Woodvale Avenue, near Bloomingdale Park and a short car ride away from the Staten Island Railway Prince’s Bay train station. And an added bonus during these increasingly hot summer days: the house is just an eight-minute ride to Huguenot Beach and a 30-minute ride to South Beach.

Kerry DeBellis of Re/Max has the listing.






Source: ny.curbed
For under M, a Staten Island Victorian with plenty of curb appeal