No need to leave the privacy of your own home to see some gorgeous mountain views with this Mount Tremper Contemporary…
Nestled among the Catskill Park’s 700,000 acres, this 10-acre parcel between Phoenicia and Woodstock offers singular mountain vistas. Those views, however, don’t disappear when you step inside the 3,728-square-foot home. Walls of windows, a floating staircase, and sliding glass doors that open onto the attached deck make the interior of this home feel as light and airy as a cloud, drifting along the treetops.
The open-concept main level includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, and sitting room with fireplace, with the focus turned toward the home’s south side, where glass doors and windows flood the house with natural light. In fact, the home’s southern orientation allows for passive solar heating in the winter and coolness during the summer. Joining the three levels is an impressive steel-beam floating staircase with cable railing.
The gourmand’s kitchen comes with concrete counter tops and an energy-efficient induction stove-top…
…and the master en suite has high ceilings, skylights, and its own private balcony. The house includes four bedrooms total, as well as a den, two offices, and a guest bedroom.
Speaking of baths, you’ll be able to enjoy this property’s mountain views from the master bedroom’s soaking tub, thanks to the presence of picture windows.
Or, you can cut out the middle man and go straight outside to see those views. We suggest stepping out onto the home’s generously-sized deck to see them.
The basement-level two-car garage comes with a mud room, large partially-finished room, and an additional room with plumbing that could be a fourth bath. Convert the basement into an accessory apartment, a recording or art studio, or workout room.
Bring your cookouts, soirees, and outdoor play onto the back and front yards’ ample lawns, or do a spot of gardening in the deer-proofed vegetable garden. The parcel also includes approximately 350 feet of footage on the Beaver Kill Creek, so don’t forget the fishing poles.
Although private, the property sits conveniently close to Woodstock, Phoenicia, the Emerson Resort and Spa, the Esopus Creek, Woodland Valley State Park, and the Ashokan Reservoir.