There’s some work left to do on this northern Dutchess cottage…
…but it doesn’t appear overwhelming. Some paint, a new living room floor, and a few personal touches seem to be in order here. For the five-figure listing price, however, this property is still a bargain.
Located in northern Dutchess County, south of Millerton village and Wassaic hamlet, this half-acre property is hidden behind a thick tree line separating it from Route 22. That means it’s a private spot with a woodsy setting with the added bonus of being about 5 minutes from both the Wassaic and Tenmile River Metro North stations. Furthermore, the property borders 400 acres of state land. Not too shabby!
The 1,080 interior includes two bedrooms, hardwood floors, and a living room wood stove.
The cottage could use some style and flair, but when you get right down to it, it’s really about the surroundingss. The Wassaic Multiple Use Area is this home’s backyard, which provides free access to hiking, fishing on the Ten Mile River, cross-country skiing, and backwoods camping. That’s some backyard.
Hearing the call of the woods from this northern Dutchess cottage? Find out more about 3971 NY 22, Wassaic from Novacarr.com.