We first showed you this 4500-square foot Victorian in Catskill back in March 2016 when it was listed at $575K. Over a year later, this late-1880s country house is just as pretty as ever but features a $36,000 haircut off the previous listing price.
Just to refresh your memory in case you’ve forgotten this memorable house, it was once known as the Shady Lawn Inn and housed visitors to Catskill village in the late 19th century. Featuring five bedrooms, four baths, and over three acres of land, there’s plenty of space and charm to go around the entire family, in-ground pool thrown in for good measure.
If you’ve never been in this part of Catskill village, it’s just up the street from the RamsHorn-Livingston Sanctuary and located on the west side of the Catskill Creek. It’s outside of the village enough to provide a sense of privacy (3+ acres of land also helps with that whole privacy thing) but if you’re okay with a bit of a walk, you could get there in about 20 minutes. Perfect for a bike ride.
204 Grandview Avenue, Catskill (Halstead)