But that’s not all. The East Meredith train depot is now an enviable two-residence compound…
Back in the 1890s, the Ulster and Delaware Railroad carried passengers to the summer resorts in the Catskill Mountains. It was a hopping time back then with downstate folks flocking to the mountains for recreation. No longer a train stop, the East Meredith train depot has evolved over the centuries. And now, it’s on the market ready for a new, lucky owner.
Both the depot and the Annex – a second two-bedroom home – received renovations. The depot is a two-bedroom with 11′ foot ceilings, living room fireplace, and lots of windows.
The Annex is connected by a boardwalk. With a sunny, open interior with skylights, this two-bedroom cottage would make a perfect guest house or rental space.
Those two buildings alone would have landed this property in our Catskill Mountain Compounds week. But, there’s a bonus loft apartment on the second floor of the garage with kitchen and wood stove.
A compound’s not a compound unless it’s private. Just ask Bohemian Grove. The East Meredith train depot is situated on nearly 100 acres of land on the Kortright Creek, northern Delaware County. Don’t worry; you’ll have plenty of seclusion here.
Is the East Meredith train depot the next stop on your journey to homeownership? Find out more about 5737 County Highway 10, East Meredith from Catskill Dream Team.
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