This Ulster County Contemporary house is a picture of serenity. Prepare to get Zen as we step inside…
Built in 2005, this Contemporary house in Olivebridge reminds us of a Scandinavian abode tucked away in some Icelandic clime.
But no! This property is right here in our own backyard of Ulster County. How lucky for us!
The 2155 square foot interior includes an open and lofty floor plan with vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a stainless steel kitchen. In the living room, the Krog Iversen wood stove is a Minimalist twist on the showpiece fireplaces we often find in Contemporary homes built on the Mid-Century/Contemporary cusp.
Additionally, the house comes with two bedrooms + master suite with private balcony, radiant heat floors, and three spa-like baths. It all sits on 5.2 acres of land bisected by Rochester Creek, punctuated with terraced terraced landscaping, decks, and gardens. Also includes an in-ground pool.
Worried about the weather going all to hell in in the middle of January? It’s not Iceland, but it is the Catskills, and these concerns are real. Thankfully, this property comes with a whole-house generator. Strike that worry off your list.
In the market for an Ulster County Contemporary house with modern comforts? Find out more about 358 Upper Sahler Mill Road, Olivebridge here.