This large and really interesting 19th century building close to the river in the fabulous hamlet of Newburgh (natural gas! garbage and recycling pick-up!) was used most recently as an art gallery, with living quarters above. The mixed residential and commercial zoning makes for lots of potential - computer repair comes to mind, or another village bookstore, knitting supplies, you name it. Upstairs (where the Masons used to gather), is a kitchen and bathroom and bedroom, along with the main hall; several more bedrooms are feasible. You could comfortably live up here and rent the main floor. There have been numerous improvements made in recent years, most notably the gas furnace and ductwork, along with lots of windows and doors. The front of the building is brick, and the rear is limestone. The whole thing is marvellous.