Today, Upstater is revisiting Ulster Heights Road in Ellenville, this time at a home that’s been recently reduced to just under a million dollars.
It’s got 83 acres of land and a four-bedroom home that was built in 2005. A timber-and-stone portico marks the entry.
Inside, the front door has twin sidelights, and is encased within a stacked-stone wall.
The oak-and-white staircase angles its way upstairs, but for now, let’s explore the main level. Hardwood floors stretch from here into the living room.
This space has nice windows and a ceiling fan, along with gray walls. A ductless ventilation system keeps things cozy no matter the season.
The kitchen is an expanse of white and gray cabinetry and marble countertops. The center island’s marble slab encloses a sink and stretches out to a four-seater breakfast bar.
The dining area is open to the kitchen. It has sliders out to the back deck, and leads into the family room…
…that has a cathedral ceiling and a stacked-stone fireplace with a flush-set woodstove insert.
The main-floor powder room doubles as the laundry room. It’s got the same dusty blue walls as the family room.
This bedroom appears to be on the main level, so it could potentially be a flex space and double as a home office or playroom.
Upstairs is the primary bedroom, with a walk-in closet.
The primary ensuite bath has beige ceramic tile climbing halfway up the wall and surrounding the jetted soaking tub and separate shower. The floor is dark woodtone laminate.
This big bedroom has deep gray carpeting, a slim window, and a ceiling fan.
The hall bath has a single-sink, marble-topped vanity and a tub/shower.
The royal-blue walls in this bedroom contrast with the beige carpeting. A large double window stretches from the floor nearly to the ceiling.
The finished basement has a hardwood floor, blue walls, and is perfect for a home gym…
…and game room.
It’s also got a rust-toned entertainment cave.
In addition to the three-car attached garage, the property includes this three-bay garage off the driveway.
It has open rafters and plenty of room for vehicles and recreational toys.
Plus, it has this super-snazzy commercial garage bay for your favorite toys.
The 83 acres include an expansive back deck of composite wood and stacked stone, leading to an inground pool. The solar array in the background helps cut utility costs.
In addition to the 83-acre plot, there are 77 acres that the current owner is offering at an added cost. It’s just six minutes to downtown Ellenville and an Italian feast at Tony & Nick’s.
If this estate fits your state of mind, find out more about 540 Ulster Heights Road, Ellenville, from Brianna Bartlett with Exp Realty.