Today’s c.1940 cottage tour looks nothing like its original design—this Kerhonkson home’s been gut-renovated and bestowed with modern conveniences.
It still has a somewhat modest size of 1,270 square feet; however, this cottage exudes 2023 vibes, from its gray SmartSide siding to its oversized-yet-energy-efficient windows.
The front door leads to an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. A new hardwood floor anchors a new layout designed by architecture firm Studio MM.
The galley-style kitchen features white quartz counters over sleek, charcoal-toned cabinetry. A pantry takes care of any overflow storage.
The center island holds a deep, undermount steel sink.
A small breakfast room has a single pendant light and a woodsy-view window. To the left is a slate floor leading…
…to a tiny mudroom.
The center island in the kitchen also has lots of drawers and cupboards, along with a dishwasher.
A half-bath is situated between the living room and kitchen.
Ductless mini-split ventilation units offer modern-age heating and cooling throughout the house.
The dining area is huge and has sliders out to the deck. The stairs on the left lead to the bedrooms.
The primary bedroom is carpeted with a nubbly white carpet. It has sliders out to the yard.
The second bedroom is quite small and probably could serve as an office/den instead, if the new owner only needed one bedroom.
The full bath has gray hexie tile on the floor and gray marble filling the oversized, walk-in shower. The vanity has a quartz countertop.
The board-and-batten siding on the two-car detached garage was restored and repainted. There are 2.5 acres to explore here, and the house is a short walk from Mombaccus Creek. It’s close to lots of hiking trails, and not too far from civilization: It’s a 10-minute drive to Route 209 in Kerhonkson.
If this renovated beauty is on your radar, find out more about 57 Waterfalls Road, Kerhonkson, from Katy Porte with Compass Greater NY.