We renovated two 19th century homes on Hone Street in the Historic Rondout District. Through its mix of residential, commercial and religious architecture, the Rondout District illustrates the dynamic and booming prosperity the Hudson River brought to a small town in the 19th century. The City of Kingston recently completed a reconstruction project in 2014 to Abeel Street’s sidewalks, which allows very convenient access to the new waterfront promenade of T.R. Gallo West Strand Park and to the district’s restaurants, cafes and stores.
9 Hone Street
Early 19th century (approx.. 1832) Greek revival renovated in 2015; divided into 2 apartments and a storefront studio gallery. Views of the Rondout Creek on the upper floors. The two apartments are newly renovated: First floor apartment at 1100 square feet with covered front porch with 1 bedroom. Second floor apartment at 800 square feet with 2 bedrooms plus a spacious attic and a private deck with access to backyard. Very large shared backyard. Adjacent garage for car storage is available.
The storefront studio gallery is 500 square feet located on the ground floor.
33 Hone Street
1850s single family home renovated in 2016 and converted to 3 spacious, well appointed apartments.