It’s never too early to start thinking about summer hideaways in the mountains, and this Sullivan County seasonal cottage gives us plenty of reasons to make some plans.
Reason #1: Three bedrooms. When searching for a seasonal cottage in the Catskills, you’ll mostly find them in one-bedroom or two-bedroom flavor. This 954 square foot bungalow, however, gives the occupant an extra place for the kids or guests.
Reason #2: It’s furnished. Home that comes furnished is not always a good thing, depending on the furnishings. They’re cute, though, and now you don’t have to buy a whole new set of furnishings when you move in.
Reason #3: Updated electric system. Also a new stove and propane tank. Other features include storm windows, washer/dryer combo, and commercial-grade UV water filter.
Reason #4: Location. The cottage is situated near Wurtsboro hamlet in southern Sullivan County, about 90 minutes from NYC. It’s also tucked away in a woodsy .3 acre parcel mostly hidden from the nearest main road and shaded with tall pine trees.
What do you think? Ready to take the plunge into a Sullivan County seasonal cottage? Find out more about 2 Hoeppner Drive, Wurtsboro at Malek Properties.