Act Fast: These Three New Ranch Designs from Catskill Farms Won’t Last Long

  |  October 6, 2020

Rendering of Catskill Farms new ranch designs

We all know the upstate real estate market is white-hot right now. With so many people looking for a place to call their own out in the country, it’s no wonder that the homes of Sullivan County-based design-build firm Catskill Farms have been selling like hotcakes, too. The firm’s beloved farmhouses, cottages, barns, ranches, and mini-homes effortlessly blend rustic charm with modern conveniences on picturesque parcels scouted by Catskill Farms’ founder Chuck Petersheim.

Rendering of Catskill Farms new ranch designs

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the Instagram-famous designs in hopes of snagging one yourself, the wait is finally over. “‘Fresh off selling a year’s worth of houses in two months, we are continuing to bring new inventory into a market thirsting for it,” says Petersheim.

The three new midcentury ranch designs will be located in the quiet Catskill Mountain town of Saugerties in Ulster County. Saugerties is conveniently located between the arts and culture-rich destinations of Kingston and Woodstock, and for those hankering for a healthy dose of the outdoors, it’s just a short drive from plentiful hiking trails in nearby Catskill Park and the ski towns of Hunter and Windham just over the border in Greene County.

Rendering of Catskill Farms new ranch designs

The three new ranch designs will be located on an off-the-beaten-track road on private land with a seasonal stream that runs through the property. The designs are between 1,750 and 2,400 square feet, and each will have three bedrooms and two-plus bathrooms. Catskill Farms has also already worked up multiple iterations for each of the three designs, so you can select the right combination of layout and finishings that help curate the life upstate you’ve been dreaming of.

For more information, visit thecatskillfarms.com/for-sale.

About Catskill Farms

Charles Petersheim founded design/build firm Catskill Farms in 2002 in Sullivan County. Continually inspired wholly by regional architecture, his over 200 new old homes dot the Hudson Valley, including Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess counties. His 20 years of Catskills building have given him broad perspective on how to succeed Upstate, be it with farming, building, small business, or just relaxing on the front porch.

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