Today’s Upstater pick is a classic A-frame, just built and ready for its first owner.
It’s in Ulster County, just north of Kerhonkson and Accord. The exterior is a dramatic charcoal black, with a covered front porch.
The 1,500-square-foot interior is awash in white.
The living room is open and bright, with a cathedral ceiling and maple hardwood flooring.
The kitchen is tucked into one corner, under a spray of recessed lighting. A stairwell is half-hidden behind a wall across the hall from the kitchen.
The second story is half-open to the floor below. The main level has four sliders out to a spacious deck; the primary bedroom’s private deck is on the floor above it.
Both decks offer woodsy vistas.
A pocket door conceals the main-floor bath, which has a slate floor, a white slipper tub, and a modern white-and-wood vanity.
The main-floor bedroom has a pocket door and one skinny window. Ductless mini-splits offer heat and air-conditioning throughout the house.
The wood stairs echo a Scandinavian minimalism.
A catwalk upstairs leads to the private deck.
The primary bedroom measures 17’7″ by 13’9″ and has two windows in one wall. The ceiling mimics the A-frame’s roofline.
Since the entire second story is dedicated to the primary suite, the bathroom can be considered ensuite, as described in the listing.
It has a standalone shower and a marble-topped vanity.
This 36′ by 22′ detached guest studio can serve as a bunkhouse for overflow guests.
It’s heated and lit, but has no bathroom.
The property totals 3.54 acres, and Vernooy Kill Falls is right across the street. It’s 10 minutes to Stone Ridge, and 20 minutes to New Paltz. The price was recently reduced by $49,000.
If this chalet makes your day, find out more about 562 Queens Highway, Accord, from Kristi Mordica with Welch Realty Inc.