A Tastefully Redone Home in Stone Ridge: $425K

  |  April 11, 2024

Upstater’s tour of Stone Ridge/High Falls continues with this tastefully redone home in Stone Ridge.

Built in 1935, this farmhouse is a delightful mix of vintage and modern details. The exterior retains the charm of its birth with white siding and a picket fence.

The enclosed front porch is a perfect respite on rainy days—and sunny ones, too.

Navy blue accents run throughout the home, beginning with the front door. They’re a great contrast to the hardwood flooring and white walls.

The living room is bright with oversized windows. A woodstove in one corner is toasty. In the hot months, central air-conditioning is welcome.

The kitchen continues the blue-and-white theme with deep navy blue cabinets topped with butcher-block counters.

A steel worktable provides prep space and storage on an opposite wall.

The fridge, microwave, and laundry machines have their own little alcove.

The dining room has a modern chandelier overhead.

Finishing off the main floor is this handy half bath, with white walls, a dark-painted, spindled vanity, and a wood floor.

Upstairs, the sole full bath has marble tiles on the floor, and white subway tiles on the wall surrounding a wide vanity and deep soaking tub. A dressing table in the same navy shade as the tub provides useful makeup space.

This bedroom is cute and comfy with hardwood flooring and white walls.

This room has the same color scheme.

A third bedroom is being used as an office. It has an interesting, ladder-like staircase…

…leading to this rustic billiards room.

The house totals 1,336 square feet, and sits on a 1.8-acre lot. Take a closer look with the virtual tour.

A deck offers alfresco opportunities…

…as does the pretty yard, which includes this stone outdoor fireplace.

A two-car, detached garage provides storage. Both the garage and house have new metal roofs.

If this updated farmhouse is up your alley, find out more about 4121 Route 209, Stone Ridge, from Christine Chapman with Chapman Realty of The Hudson Valley.

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