A Home with Views of Hunter’s Ski Slopes for $799K

  |  December 12, 2022

As the weather cools, things start to heat up in Hunter. Hunter Mountain is the highest peak in Greene County, and its ski scene gets hot this time of year. This week, we’re checking out homes in town that take full advantage.

This three-bedroom has modern chalet vibes, and is very much in tune with all things skiing.

Check out that view of the slopes!!

Inside, you walk into a two-story living room that has walnut-toned floors, a lovely wood ceiling, double-stacked windows that climb to the eaves, and plenty of room for apres-ski relaxation.

You can warm your toes by the woodstove nook as you gaze at the mountain views. Opposite the windows is a stately wooden staircase.

The kitchen is roomy, though it definitely speaks a language that, like the house, was born in 1990. Beige ceramic-tile floors carry the same tone as the bland-ish cabinets. A gas-cooktop island has grouted tile on top and a dated, white-and-wood base; however, it does seat three or four. The main floor has a half-bath, but it’s not shown in the listing.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, including this primary bedroom with whitewashed pine floors and sliding mullioned doors out to a private balcony overlooking the slopes.

The primary ensuite has darker wood floors, gray walls, gray tile in the tub/shower combo, and a white, granite-topped, single-sink vanity.

This secondary bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and sliding doors out to a wide veranda. Red wall-to-wall carpeting looks like it’s in good shape, but the new owner might want to swap it for something more neutral.

The other secondary bedroom has blue wall-to-wall and is pretty basic: white walls, and honey-toned wood trim around the windows. But at 11’6″ by 19’3, it’s a good size—bigger than the first secondary bedroom.

The two bedrooms share this Tuscan-themed bathroom with a dresser-like vanity and beige tile on the floor and tub surround.

The house measures 1,900 square feet, not counting a full, unfinished basement.

There’s a two-car attached garage for vehicles and winter toys, too. The house is walking distance to the village of Hunter, where you can grab a delicious breakfast sammie at Fellow Mountain Cafe. and it’s a two-minute drive to schuss the slopes at Hunter Mountain Resort.

If you’re hankering for a home in Hunter, check out 167 Botti Drive, Hunter, with Jason Dugo of Dugo Realty.

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