Secluded Sullivan County Contemporary Cottage, $149,900

sullivan county contemporary cottage

No need to go broke becoming a homeowner. This Sullivan County Contemporary cottage is bank-account-friendly…

If you’re looking to put on your wetsuit and dive straight into the deep part of the affordable homes ocean, go to the Sullivan County listings. That’s where we found lots of listings for $200K or less, and when you couple that with its relative proximity to NYC compared to, say, Delaware County, Sullivan is where we need to be this week. So, if you’re open to the possibility of living in the western Catskills, read on…

This Sullivan County home appears a bargain. Located in Glen Spey, this cottage has the build date of a Contemporary (1980), but within it beats the heart of a Mid-Century Modern. After all, it’s got all the features you’d expect from a Mid-Mod like cathedral ceilings, stone living room fireplace, skylights/sliders for maximum natural lighting, and hardwood floors. You know what they say: If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a Mid-Mod.

Depicted above is the dining room portion of the open floor plan. Below is the kitchen. While it’s quite a spacious place to prep meals, it could use updated cabinetry and appliances. Same goes for the two baths in the house.

All three bedrooms look good and include lots of natural light. They also come with copious closet space.

With a 1,762-square-foot interior, there’s more than enough space here to hang out inside. However, with a setting like this one, you’ll want to soak it in. You can do so from the wrap-around deck or anywhere else around the one-acre property.

Situated at the end of a dead-end road just south of Glen Spey hamlet, western Sullivan County, 20 minutes north of Port Jervis.

Interested in this Sullivan County Contemporary cottage? Find out more about 49 Hunczak Blvd., Glen Spey from the MLS listing.

 

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