610 Thomas Street is featured in the New York Times July 27 article on the town of Stroudsburg. It is a 2,644 square foot five-bedroom, two-bathroom renovated 1902 Victorian on 0.14 acres just blocks from the center of town.
It is located in the Academy Hill Historic District and sits on a large, fenced corner lot.
The home was renovated throughout and the refresh has all the spaces feeling bright and airy.
There are new kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, hardwood, tiled and carpeted flooring on each level, new bathroom vanities, toilets, tiled floors, and painted inside and out. The first floor offers a spacious foyer, expansive living room, a modern kitchen, dining room, and a full bathroom.
There are 3 bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor, and an additional 2 bedrooms in the attic. The family room and laundry are in the beautifully finished lower level with an exit to the covered porch and the 2-car detached garage.
It’s just a few blocks to the Farmer’s Market and all downtown cafes, restaurants, and pubs.