You’ll find 187 acres surrounding this 1890s farmhouse, perched on a mountain top in Sullivan County.
Not only is this horse farm secluded, it’s also in a prime location betwixt the Catskills and the Hudson Valley. Just minutes to the east is Ulster County and the Shawangunk Ridge. Keep heading east and you’ll find yourself in Hudson Valley wine country before you hit the Hudson River. Head west, and you’re deep in the western Catskills until you hit the Upper Delaware River dividing NY from PA. Location perfection achieved!
The main farmhouse includes six bedrooms and two full baths, perfect for a big family or space for guests. Speaking of which, the eat-in kitchen complete with double ovens and mountain views available while you’re scrubbing pots in the sink.
The spacious living room comes with at wood stove, as well as access to one of the home’s side decks via double doors.
Additionally, the 2,536-square-foot interior includes original wood details, high ceilings, wood floors, an office, and a studio.
Are you a horse enthusiast? The current owners of this property certainly are, and, according to the listing, spent time rescuing wild mustangs. They also had the barn custom built and is equipped with eight 12″ by 12″ matted stalls, a tack room, half-bath, kitchenette, new well, separate electric 200 amp service, and a second-story, 1000-bale hayloft.
The second barn includes two matted stalls, a tack room, hay room, large storage area, and corral on a fenced-in acre. Rent it out for extra income.
Enjoy two ponds on the property, which is separated from the main road by a half-mile driveway. Recluses, rejoice!
Interested in this secluded 1890s farmhouse in Sullivan County? Find out more about 56 Mountaintop Road, Spring Glen from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
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