A Three-Bedroom with an Olympics-Worthy Studio for $575K

  |  August 10, 2022

We’re stepping into the 20th century today with this Coxsackie house that was built in 1975. It’s got a cool surprise, too.

The 2,920-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The exterior has nice cedar siding with teal accents on the front door, garage door, and window trim.

Enter the foyer and turn into this gorgeous great room. It has a wood stove, hardwood floors, and a cathedral ceiling criss-crossed by wooden beams.

Walls of windows and glass doors imbue the space with light and bring the woodsy landscape inside. That bank of three doors—a combination of sliders and French doors—open up…

…onto a deck that’s topped by a pergola that’s just groaning with wisteria vines. It wraps around to another deck on the back of the house that has a hot tub.

Back inside, the kitchen is tucked into a corner of the great room, underneath a loft area accessible by spiral stairs.

The kitchen has double wall ovens, a double sink, and a cooktop. The oak-trimmed white laminate cabinets and cerulean ceramic-tile counters could use an update, although that’s a lotta work. But we’re digging the stunning wood ceiling.

Down the hall from the foyer is this secondary bedroom, which has wall-to-wall carpeting and enough room for your basic bedroom needs.

The primary bedroom has a three-pane picture window and a white-brick fireplace along with wall-to-wall carpeting.

The ensuite bath has this supersized walk-through shower all done up in red-and-white tile. There’s also a laundry room/walk-in closet next to the primary suite, and a hall bath with a tub/shower combination.

The third bedroom is at the top of those spiral stairs. It has a wood floor, ceiling fan, and skylight. The room is open to the floor below.

The basement has been finished into a gym and recreation room, with a half bath and access to the garage.

Hey, what’s this big building next to the house?

Surprise! It’s a huge, two-level studio, currently used to create apparel used to outfit Olympians. There’s a floor-to-vaulted-ceiling wall of windows here, too.

There’s a looong flight of steps down to the lower level, which is smartly finished in tile…

…plus another workshop where the hard work gets done. This studio is perfect for a home business.

But if your business consists of just sipping a drink while watching the local wildlife, we’re cool with that, too.

The property encompasses two acres of lawn and woods in West Coxsackie, further west than the village of Coxsackie but still close to 9W and I-87.

If this house and studio are the answer to your dreams, check out 526 Roberts Hill Road, Coxsackie, with Joanne Galluscio of Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty.

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