Nestled on a tranquil dead-end road is Camp Kingston – a serene and exclusive This Old Hudson (@thisoldhudson) offering. This turn-key home seamlessly blends modern living with the charm of upstate countryside. Find your own rustic retreat in the upstate oasis of Kingston, NY at Camp Kingston, set on nearly two acres of usable and accessible land.

Two bedroom, one bathroom home | 1,580 square feet plus 400 square feet of heated studio space on nearly two (1.8) acres | New windows and roof | Pine ceiling and beams throughout | Open and light filled living and dining space | Cozy wood burning stove in living room | Good annual rental history | Designer lighting by Zio and Sons | Asking $645,000

Listing by Anthony D’Argenzio and Jessica Brasseur, This Old Hudson Team at Houlihan Lawrence. Open House this Saturday June 17th 11:30-2:30pm at 22 Old Ball Park Road, Kingston NY. For inquiries or to RSVP, contact Anthony at

Through a light filled entrance, with a dining nook and plenty of storage, an open dining and living room is located to the left. In this space, get cozy by the wood burning stove in the winter months, or have a movie night on the projector year round. From the living area, two large entryways connect the kitchen and hallway leading upstairs.

In the kitchen, modern appliances sit ready for use as well as a large farmhouse sink and beautiful butcher block counter tops – perfect for cooking and hosting prep.

Just off the stairs, enter into one of two bedrooms with large windows throughout, offering beautiful views of the property. Up the stairs is a large bedroom and reading nook, perfect for a mid day nap or a card game.

Back outside, steps from the main house is a charming studio with limitless setup options – work remote, paint, or set up another bed for family and guests.

Kingston NY home

Only two hours from NYC in Kingston, this property is perfectly situated between downtown Kingston and Woodstock – about 15 minutes to each – offering an array of dining, shopping and entertainment options. A few local favorites include Hotel Kinsley for dinner, Brunette for a glass of wine and a small bite, and Rough Draft Bar and Books. For nights in, stop by Accord Market and Kingston Wine Company for some local provisions.

Last, this property not only offers a peaceful escape but also presents a lucrative opportunity. With a good annual rental history boasting great profit margins, you can take advantage of the thriving short-term rental market within Kingston city limits.

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