15 Upper Station Road


.50 acres
Metal roof
Trex decking
Bluestone patios & walks
Walking distance to RR, river, restaurant, theater, miles of hiking traiils

Originally built in 1871 as a non denominational church, (paid for by New York Central Railroad and the Highland House Hotel), and used by railroad workers and sailors on the Hudson.  Later the church became known as the Cornell Methodist church and served as such until finally becoming a private residence. 

Today, the building has just finished an extensive total renovation. 

The main room features vaulted ceiling, oak hardwood floors, a western facing wall of windows with views of the river and West Point and the spacious sunny deck.  This room is perfect for dining, entertaining and easy living.  The bright sunlit kitchen features quartz counters, white cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances.  A generous full bath with quartz tilework and double sinks finish out the main floor.  Climbing the spiral stairs will lead you to the upper loft area with its antique stain glass, perfect for sleeping or a home office.  The lower level main room features antique wide pine board flooring and is an ideal retreat for reading or relaxing.  A second bedroom, laundry room and full bathroom with oversized shower complete the lower level.