Perched on a grassy knoll above Rondout Creek sits one of Kingston’s architectural treasures. Known as The Kingston Mansion, this brick Second Empire Victorian offers four levels of living space filled with natural light and period details. Home to Father Divine from the turn of the century to the mid 1950's, the house has a rich history and came to be know as The Kingston Mansion.
The first floor features large rooms for grand scale entertaining. Living room with twelve foot pressed tin ceilings, original marble fireplace, hardwood floors and built ins. Formal dining room with ornate pressed tin ceiling, original fireplace, and floor to ceiling windows with northern and southern exposures.
Glass enclosed front porch can be used as an all season room adjacent to a full bath with antique fixtures. Eat in chef’s kitchen features commercial range and hood, dual porcelain enamel sinks; glass fronted steel vintage cabinetry and a pantry. Rounding out the first floor is a windowed office and an additional full bath.
Second floor master bedroom has built ins and a large walk in closet. Flooded with natural light from the three oversized windows, the ensuite master bath
features two original porcelain sinks, oversized porcelain ...