Today’s Upstater house is a c.1860 townhouse in the riverside village of Catskill; it’s been beautifully renovated while preserving vintage details.
The brick end-unit house has been painted a deep red with gray accents on the window lintels and white on the roof dentil molding.
The foyer has an exposed-brick wall along the side stairwell. The floor is a nicely refinished knotty pine.
Big bright windows, white walls, and an exposed-brick column are the highlights in the living room.
It shares an open space with the kitchen area.
The L-shaped kitchen has wood counters (including a breakfast bar); white upper cabinets; and walnut-toned lower cabinets.
An adjacent dining space has an exposed-brick wall.
A half bath has a tile floor and a floral wallpapered accent wall.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, each with an ensuite bath. This one is a moody mix of maroon and white, with an artistic pendant light overhead.
The bath has a gray tile floor and a white-and-dark-wood vanity against a brick wall.
The shower is bathed in white, brush-stroked tile.
The second bedroom is blue, with a similar pendant light overhead.
The ensuite bath is designed similarly to the other one, but with a vintage, chrome-legged vanity.
The shower here is covered with white subway tile.
There’s not much property to write home about, just 0.03 acre. But you’ll have room to park, anyway, and it’s not far from Catskill’s shops and restaurants.
If this renovated beauty speaks to you, find out more about 36 Hill Street, Catskill, from Steven Dilorenzo with Compass Greater NY LLC.