A totally renovated, unique castle-esque townhome packed with charm and located in W.K. Vanderbilt’s historic former artist colony is listed for sale at 5 Quality St. in Oakdale.
Built in 1890 in what was Vanderbilt’s horse barn, the former artists colony townhome has two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms and 2,178 square feet of living space. It is one of eight units in this section of the sought-after, serene historic district that has a European look and feel.
The townhome’s two large bedrooms have exposed bricks and beams, high ceilings, custom molding, new windows and bamboo wood floods. It also comes equipped with a new eat-in kitchen, dining area, den, central air conditioning and third-floor attic with cathedral ceilings.
Outside, it has a private brick patio and courtyard, a second-flood balcony and private driveway with two spaces.
The property is located near Connetquot River State Park, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum and is a block from a canal leading to Great South Bay. It’s about a mile from the Oakdale Long Island Rail Road station, Southern State Parkway and is nearby downtown Sayville. It’s in the Connetquot School District.
The asking price is $399,000, not including the annual property taxes of $12,386.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Diane Betz of Eric G. Ramsay Jr Associates, LLC. She can be reached at 631-665-1500.