Homes with substantial useable frontage, and sited well above the Hudson River are often Sought and Seldom Found...Once in a lifetime opportunity to own over 250' on the Hudson (no railroad track in your way) with a concrete river edge/sea wall that cannot be recreated elsewhere, even at huge expense. There are, for your frolicking; a concrete boat ramp, 2 lifts, a removable floating dock, and frankly, IRREPLACEABLE deep water access. The land along the seawall is flat, and provides all that you need to play on the Hudson to your heart's content, or perhaps even land a guest's helicopter... straight from NYC. This roomy grassy area affords space for large scale entertaining and deep water access, found in very few other places in the region. It's certainly for someone who comprehends the more and more limited availability of such water access and will cherish the opportunities here and the views of the river from virtually every spot at the house site. Please look over the photos. Watch the drone video on YouTube https://youtu.be/nBSYgT91pKs. It's nothing less than spectacular, irreplaceable frontage and access to the river, minutes away from the attractions of Kingston, and a very easy ride to I-87, AmTrak in Rhinecliff or Metro North in Poughkeepsie. For the resident who enjoys meals out, once our lifestyles have returned (post Covid), there are dozens of restaurants within a 10 minute drive. Or, if you add hiking and biking to your outdoor activities, there are a multitude of trails within 10-15 minutes of the house.(Including Walkway on the Hudson and Kingston's extensive rail trail. The house is solidly built and well maintained (two level design with a very versatile floor plan) The primary bedroom, living room (with mid-century pale pink marble brick, wood-burning fireplace) main kitchen and eating areas, plus a second bedroom (or office) are on the entry level...just off the parking area. The walk out, also river-view, lower level features a family room, or office, with another wood-burning fireplace and a flagstone slate floor plus a second full galley kitchen, office, and another bedroom. Built in the 1960s with various updates since then, one family has grown here and maintained the home and property impeccably. Ready for the new vision of its next occupant/owners, the views are breathtaking and the bones very solid. If you are someone wanting a modern, 21st century home with a mid-century look, in an incredible setting, come for a personal tour. There is also a small cottage at river's edge (seen in photo) which has a small kitchen and half bath and has served as a sort of staging area and cabana for enjoying river activities and social events. Imagine this little cottage with a wrap around deck, almost on the bank of the mighty Hudson, with views to the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. What a wonderful guest house this could be.