Hurleyville is a little gem in the wooded setting of Sullivan County. And today’s Five-Figure Friday pick in the hamlet is a diamond in the rough.
The three-bedroom cottage was built in 1921 and needs quite a bit of work inside. But the exterior is cute.
Inside, the rooms are brightened by a lot of windows.
This woodstove doesn’t appear to be hooked up to anything, and the carpeting needs to be replaced. Still, this living room isn’t a bad size.
The kitchen’s got a ceramic tile floor but probably could use an overhaul. It’s a great opportunity to flex your creative muscles and come up with a snazzy new design.
We’re not sure what’s going on in the corner of this room. But it’s a nice size. The 1,336-square-foot house is surprisingly roomy and has three bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths, according to the listing.
Here’s the half bath. It’s tiny, but serviceable. The tilework on the wall looks to be in good shape.
Sitting on nearly a full acre, the house has a lot of potential—although it’s being sold “as-is, cash offers preferred.” It’s a six-minute drive to Hurleyville General Store and the Hurleyville Performing Arts Center, and just a tiny bit farther to Resorts World Catskills, Kartrite Waterpark, Bethel Woods Center For the Arts, several golf courses, the Neversink and Rondout Reservoirs, and the Catskill Park.
If you’d like to polish up this not-so-sparkly-yet find, check out 768 State Route 52, Hurleyville, with Brian Garber of Land and Water Realty LLC.