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Under Contract | 20 Torne Brook Valley, Hillburn NY 10931 | Beautiful Colonial at the Foothills of the Ramapo Mountains

20 Torne Brook Road
Hillburn, NY
USA
Offered at: $425,000
MLS Number: 4950692
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Garage Spaces: 2
Year Built: 1900
Building Size: 1914 Square Feet
Lot Size: .67 Acres
Property Type: Residential
Property Status: Active
Description:

No up-dating needed on this beautifully refurbished three bedroom Colonial home. Set in the idyllic Torne Valley at the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, this 3 bedroom 3 bath home was renovated in 2007, with improvements including a new roof with a 50 year warranty, new windows and Certainteed siding outside, and freshly remodeled kitchen, master bath, mechanicals, central air and new hardwood floors throughout inside. The master bedroom and bath are located on the main floor, and two more bedrooms and a bath are upstairs. Looking for even more living space? An extra room added above the two car garage is waiting to be your studio or another bedroom and has a full bath attached. There is also more room waiting for your use in the unfinished full basement and attic. Surrounded by nature in a serene country setting opposite the Torne Valley Winery, you will enjoy hiking and biking Harriman State Park trails, lazy summers outdoors and colorful autumn sunsets. The home is convenient to Suffern and Sloatsburg, close to Harriman State Park, the Ramapo River and is in the Suffern School District. Commuting is convenient, with easy access to I-85 and major highways, the Metro North train station into Hoboken just minutes away in Suffern, and local bus transportation to stops in Rockland and Westchester counties.


Head over to www.20TorneBrook.com to see all the details about this home and area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


For more info or to schedule a showing contact

Vincent O’Brien
NYS Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Office: +1 845-848-2218 ext. 139 | Cell:+1 845-216-4470  | vincent@gpshousehunt.com


 

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