This 1920s Tudor Cottage in Sullivan County Needs Some Love, $50,000

Built in 1920, this English Tudor with a stucco exterior looks like it might be more at home in the Shire than the Sullivan County village of Liberty…if someone were to come along and spruce it up.

The 1578-square foot cottage includes three bedrooms, an extra half-bath, hardwood floors, and a sun room. While it needs style and personalization, the bathrooms and kitchen appliances have been updated, and the roof was replaced in 2014. Includes a .15 acre lot a couple of blocks from Liberty’s main business area. The property is also convenient to Route 17, which runs north-south across Sullivan County and connects with I-84.

Love the Catskill Mountains? This house is situated right in the midst of the Borscht Belt. The town of Liberty is home to Grossinger’s Resort, or, more accurately, the crumbling remains of what was once Grossinger’s Resort. Its heyday came in the 1950s when it hosted Catskills vacationers, and it closed in 1986. The resort has been the subject of a multitude of photos, especially its pool house, which looks like this now.

89 Dwyer Avenue, Liberty (Pamela Pesante-Kraus)

 

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