A Two-Year-Old Two-Story in Kerhonkson: $849K

  |  April 15, 2024

Ah, New York life. Experiencing the four seasons—sometimes it feels as if they happen all in the same day. Being prepared means a LOT of wardrobe changes…and that’s why Upstater focuses this week on primary closets.

Today, Kerhonkson is the home base for a two-year-old two-story that’s snazzy on the outside in black with cedar-shake trim. Two stories of floor-to-ceiling windows give off chalet vibes.

The front door opens to a polished-concrete great room, with spiral stairs to the second floor.

The great room is picturesque, with a black accent wall in the mudroom area and stark white counters and backsplashes in the kitchen across the room. Here, you can see the spiral stairs lead to a loft room above.

Those aforementioned windows bathe the great room in light. The dining room and living room share the space.

A wood ceiling warms the kitchen area, which has a merry mix of finishes from a wainscoted wall to a sponge-painted peninsula, white granite counters, and custom cabinets in cobalt blue and honey-toned wood.

An aproned farmhouse sink and stainless-steel appliances pretty up the kitchen.

A sliding barn door opens to the first-floor bedroom.

It has a wood ceiling, polished-concrete flooring, and built-in open shelving for storage.

The ensuite bath has rustic natural brick surrounding the glass-doored shower, and a rustic, pickled-oak vanity with a marble top.

The top-floor loft includes this spacious room with large, circular modern lighting.

It has a peaked ceiling and built-in cabinets for a home office setup.

Through the barn doors is the primary bedroom with a green accent wall.

The primary ensuite bath has a double-sink vanity and enclosed shower stall.

The walk-in closet has gold-finished piping for closet rods. There’s a lot of room for floor storage and shelving, too.

A one-car garage keeps vehicles and toys dry.

A bluestone patio has a firepit for starry nights.

Low-maintenance gravel surrounds the house.

It sits on 1.9 acres; an additional 55 acres is available for an extra $550,000. It’s rather secluded and quiet, but just 10 minutes away from downtown Kerhonkson (try Outpost BBQ at the Kerhonkytonk Roadhouse!).

If this two-year-old two-story fascinates you, find out more about 144 Mount Laurel Road, Kerhonkson, from Zachary Jarvis with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nutshell Realty.

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