A Creekside Home in Grahamsville Bordering 44 Protected Acres for $599K

  |  May 3, 2023

Today’s house backs up to Chestnut Creek in the Sullivan County hamlet of Grahamsville, in the town of Neversink. Built in 1987, the three-bedroom house was extensively renovated in 2018 and holds an air of minimalism inside.

The exterior of Chestnut Creek House retains its 1987 rustic board-and-batten design.

But through the front door, you enter a world of white and wood.

The entry has a bluestone floor and faces the kitchen. The living room is through that doorway in the background.

The bluestone floor continues into the kitchen, which has a mix of open cabinets and overhead shelving. There’s room for a full-size dining table next to sliders that lead to an elevated deck.

A distressed-wood island takes up the center of the kitchen, with pendant lighting overhead. The appliances are stainless steel, and granite countertops sit on dark lower cabinets.

The living room has a wood floor and white-painted plank walls. An accent wall of rocks shields a handy woodstove.

Behind the living room is the staircase, and beyond that is a sunroom.

It’s the perfect spot to take in some sunshine and woodsy views. Sliders from this room lead outside.

The first-floor bedroom is minimalistic, too, with a wood floor and white walls. But it has a lot of windows.

The first-floor bath has pretty white floor tile and a white-and-wood vanity with a square-edge vessel sink. The tub/shower is white, too.

That color scheme continues upstairs, with a whitewashed floor in the guest bedroom. Wood wainscoting skirts the room and edges a window-seat alcove.

The room’s huge enough for a full-size sofa, too.

The primary bedroom has a nice wood floor and banks of windows.

The upstairs bath has an oversized, walk-in shower with dual rainshower heads and a handheld shower. White chevron tile and a teak bench add spa vibes.

The partially finished, walkout basement has a lounge, game room, and weight studio. Everything in the house is included in the sale.

A back patio lets you sit and listen to the burbling creek. The property totals 0.62 acre, but it borders 44 acres of protected forest. It’s about 20 minutes from Route 209 in Napanoch, from where you can access shopping and restaurants in Ellenville and a short drive to the Mohonk Preserve. It’s minutes from swimming holes and excellent fishing, too.

If this house calls to you, answer by learning more about 8011 State Route 55, Grahamsville, from Robin Jones with Catskill Mountain Houses.

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