There is an old firehouse in Walden, New York that has been converted into a single-family home. Did they leave the fireman's pole? Let's see.

I have seen old church buildings, barns and even storage containers converted into homes. This is the first time I have found a firehouse converted into a home. I does make sense when you consider how much time firefighters spend there. The building must already have some of the amenities of a home.

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This Walden firehouse was built in 1900 with the intention to serve as a base of operations for the Walden Fire Department and it was just that for many years. 122 years later, the building at 27 North Montgomery Street is off the market but recently, according to Zillow, had an asking price of $399,999.00.

What would it be like to live in a firehouse? Will this be the "hottest" address in Walden? Perhaps. Before we take a look inside here are some of the features you will see:

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Located on the Wallkill River
  • Eat in kitchen
  • Granite counter tops
  • Hardwood floors

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