FOR RENT

95 Maple St
Beacon, NY 12508

Local Information

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  • Schools
    1 High School
  • Crime
    Lowest crime relative to the rest of the area.
  • Commute
    89% of residents commute by car.
  • Shop & Eat
    62 Restaurants
    16 Groceries
    20 Nightlife

Description

* SUMMER RENTAL, FULLY FURNISHED, AVAILABLE JUNE 15TH TO AUGUST 31ST * This 3100+ sq ft Euro-modernist house is very spacious with high ceilings, open-plan living and a simple, peacefully minimalist aesthetic. Four substantial bedrooms, one on the first floor with it's own private entrance lends itself to a number of uses. There are three stand-out and expansive full bathrooms, one on the first floor and one with an incredible statement English soaker tub. The master has an oversized shower. Dine in the dining area or at the open chef's kitchen with its clean lines and Viking appliances situated in the common living space. French doors open from the grand room to the rear garden. There is a perfectly located laundry room and a statement black metal staircase. The third floor to two large mezzanines PLUS an additional expansive 860+sq ft of valuable space for storage. Radiant heat warms the polished concrete first floor while excellent spray-foam insulation and efficient heat and Air Conditioning provide comfort throughout. The outside of the house is also finished in superior materials with a metal roof and Hardie batten board siding. The excellent quality Anderson black-framed windows, doors and patio doors provide gorgeous light and entry. Fantastic living in this stunning brand new build on a quiet street with a very short stroll to restaurants, bars and galleries on Main Street in Beacon. Walk to Metro-North and run in the beautiful park one block away.
Listing by: Hudson Valley Properties

Details for 95 Maple St

Utilities Included
No Info
Parking
None
Heating
Yes
Cooling
Yes
Laundry
No Info
Pets Allowed
No
Interior Features
Heating & Cooling
Heating: Radiant, GasAir Conditioning
Appliances & Utilities
DishwasherRefrigerator
Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
Floors: Concrete
Days on Market
Days on Market: 16 Days on Trulia
Property Information
Year Built
Year Built: 2019
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Single Family Home
Exterior Features
Parking & Garage
Parking: None,
Agent Information
Listing Agent
MLS/Source ID: 400850
Lot Information
Lot Size: 5,227 sqft
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Affordability

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$324,000 PER YEAR
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What Locals Say about Beacon

  • Trulia User
    "Commutes aren’t bad. There’s a lot of highway access to the area. It’s also easy to stay in town for non-job needs like shopping and restaurants. "
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    "Farmers market every weekend. Busy downtown area with shopping and restaurants. Lots of local artists’ shops. "
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  • Trulia User
    "there are a lot of people walking their dogs in beacon. there is even a dog park for them. they pick up after their dogs. I forgot to mention the dog bakery"
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  • Trulia User
    "Beacon is great and a lovely place to live. Would highly recommend for families and starter homes. So much to do! "
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    "It’s a great, family friendly city. The schools are great and the community is a great place to raise kids. "
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    "I drive about 35 minutes to work. There is often a lot of traffic on Rt 9d as there is only one lane and it backs up when the train let's out and also when there is construction on the Newburgh Beacon bridge which is apparently quite often. Beacon is growing and they need to expand on the infrastructure of roads to accommodate the mass influx of people or it will be all too city like before we know it. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Good food, easy to walk city, dogs and parks, community events and safe neighborhoods. Easy drive to city, close to train, hiking, Hudson River views. Easy commute location. "
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    "It’s great. Hop on the metro-north or on Rt 84 to get where you’re going quickly. This is a great commuter town."
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    "It’s great, I love it here, really good place, lots of good food and walking is nice. Great bars. Great food"
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  • Trulia User
    "There is always something happening on Main Street. It’s super cute and lots of privately owned little restaurants. There is a farmers market every Sunday no matter the time of year. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Very close to Main St...I can walk anywhere for anything from great restaurants to grocery shopping to the post office. Nice small town feel here. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Some great walks down to Dennings Point and along waterfront. There are places your dog could go into the water for a swim."
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    "The schools are always doing something. There is usually a Halloween event at JVF and the principal reads out loud to kids each year."
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  • Trulia User
    "Fun to be around, restaurants and bars, Main Street, the Hudson River, beer, the train, close to highway, fun people, good vibes "
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  • Trulia User
    "1) Walk <5 minutes to catch free bus to metro north station to catch an Express train to GCT; 2)walk 20 minutes to metro north station with numerous trains to GCT; or 3)drive 20 minutes to bus terminal with free parking to catch an express bus to Manhattan "
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  • Trulia User
    "Alots of festivals and car shows and Halloween fright night, firework shows boats shows mountain climbing "
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    "Farmers market on saturdays, events and local business stay open late on the second Thurs of the month. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Beacon is the place to be. Love Main Street living- shops, restaurants, events, art, breweries, fun stuff within walking distance. River is super close, train to the city. Close to 84 and Cold Spring. Hiking, farms, river pool, festivals, dog park, great neighbors. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I love the farmers market on Sunday’s! There is so much to do on Main Street and it feels very safe to walk at night "
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  • Trulia User
    "Lots of dogs here. Most people take good care of them - you always see people out walking them, and most clean up after them. There is a nice dog park in town, and several good vets close by. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I haven’t used the free bus yet, but everyone seems to like it. Downtown Beacon is within walking distance (with some hills). Easy to get to Manhattan on the train, or up to Poughkeepsie."
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  • Trulia User
    "Not that many parks for kids. The neighborhoods are quiet. The people are very friendly too. On Monday everything is CLOSED Lolol. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Very nice neighborhood good scenery for long walk to get fresh air all of the newbies are friendly for the most part and the community keeps the neighborhood nice and clean and safe "
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  • Trulia User
    "There is a doggie park for dogs to play and socialize. Side walks for walks. Safe environment for dog owners and pets to enjoy."
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  • Trulia User
    "I been living here for 10/year good people and nice family friends food here. People have dogs love here to dog park "
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  • Trulia User
    "Street fairs. The strawberry fair. They have the car shows as well. The old classic cars too. Beacon marathon "
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  • Trulia User
    "lived here for 4yrs love my.neighbord n neighbors nice Me road quiet clean close to town cemetery by me church also nice for walking to town to.shoppe eat or etc great hiking trails near by beautiful mountain fresh air at nite n days too. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Lived here for 6 years and couldn’t feel safer. Love the energy of Main Street, as with any re-gentrification now it is really effecting tent and the housing market. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Diversity, outgoing friendliness, and safety. It’s a good place overall. Main Street has plenty of influence from all socioeconomic and demographic backgrounds. There is some gentrification happening but only in small patches. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I have been in this area about half of my life and it has suddenly become overly expensive and it does not have a feeling of home and love anymore!"
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    "Beacon has a great Main Street: restaurants, bars shops, groceries, RX, etc. The Mountain View’s are beautiful and the Hudson River is equally picturesque. The train to the city is right here as is a major highway to everywhere else. Beacon is a great place to live!"
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  • Trulia User
    "I have residential investment properties here and an art gallery so I guess I have a natural bias. But I've been truly amazed at the transformation this little city on the Hudson has undergone since I first started coming in 2003. It's become a very sophisticated place with good restaurants, bars, art galleries and highly interesting people. There's a great natural food market and an artisan's wine shop. Several yoga and pilates studios. The new acronym for Beacon is BRONO which stands for Brooklyn North. Lots of young families, having been priced out of places like Williamsburg,have moved up here, drawn by lower housing costs but ultimately seduced by the quality of life. Scenic Hudson has created large amounts of recreational space both on the Hudson and on Mount Beacon, which has spectacular hiking trails. Beacon is unquestionably the art capital of the Hudson Valley. DIA is the largest contemporary art museum in the country. There's a true artistic ferment in the comunity. On the Second Saturday of each month all the galleries on Main Street stay open late and you'd think you're in NYC's Chelsea district. Same gallery hopping, and unfortunately same cheap white wine ! Except in my gallery, the Daniel Aubry Gallery , of course, where we serve a decent pro secco. One of Beacon's problems as a tourist destination was that, aside from a few excellent bed and breakfasts there were no hotels. So people tended not to stay the night and explore all that Beacon has to offer. That problem has been solved with the opening of the Round House hotel, overlooking Beacon Falls. The big draw for many people is the ease of commute to Manhattan. There are several direct trains from Beacon to New York's Grand Central station that make the journey in 68 minutes. And it's a truly scenic ride along the Hudson, past Storm King mountain, West Point and Bannerman's Island, on which sits a ruined castle built in the nineteenth century by an arms merchant. Pet "
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  • Trulia User
    "I've lived here for 12 years so far. Honestly there aren't many options when it comes to after school programs, events, the extracurricular. The kids in this area are VERY out of control, in and out of school, inappropriate, immature, parties and drugs get out of hand, I would know, I went to school here. Main street over prices everything because of tourism, and to get good food you have to go to the next town over, fishkill, about 10-15 minutes away. The attractions are ok, but not much, DIA for example, the art they have displayed, no offense, some displays are simply string hanging down from the walls and down into the floor, or pieces of steel, broken glass, painted simple shapes, it's just not what I thought it was the first time I went. As of now, new restoration and construction projects have arisen, which have made a great difference, but I suggest you simply visit before choosing to move here."
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Local Legal Protections

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LGBT Legal Protections updated by Movement Advancement Project
95 Maple St, Beacon, NY is a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3,100 sqft single-family home built in 2019. 95 Maple St was listed for rent for $9,000/month on May 28, 2021.