A Hidden-Gem Bungalow in Greenwood Lake: $439K

  |  June 26, 2024

The town of Warwick, at 104 square miles, is the second-largest town in New York state. Within that town are three villages—one of which is Greenwood Lake, where Upstater visits today.

This hidden-gem bungalow has been nicely updated and has two primary-suite options—one upstairs, and one on the main level. The exterior is prettily landscaped and inviting, with a roomy front porch.

The foyer is bright, with the stairs just ahead and the living room to the right. The house measures a roomy 1,427 square feet.

With windows on two walls, the living room is open to myriad furniture arrangements. The hardwood flooring gleams in the sunlight, and neutral walls are a clean slate for the new owner’s imagination.

The kitchen has a patterned ceramic-tile floor and a backsplash that complements both the flooring and the butcher-block countertops. Tons of white cabinets offer plenty of storage.

A French-door fridge, chef’s range, and dishwasher are all stainless steel.

The dining room is just off the kitchen…

…and is plenty big enough for a large table. A tip for home sellers: Staging is a great way to increase interest in your home. This bungalow was staged by the mom-and-son duo of Sue and Jimmy Onderdonk.

A washer and dryer are concealed behind the bifold doors.

The main-floor bedroom has a rich-toned hardwood floor and a casement window.

The walk-in closet has a wraparound closet rod.

Across the hall from the primary bedroom is this bathroom, with a brown granite-topped vanity and a tub/shower with safety rails.

Head up the staircase to a loft area currently used as an office. But there’s lots of room for even more uses. We love the deep-toned hardwood flooring.

The bathroom up here has a modern wood vanity and white subway-tile wainscoting.

The shower stall is encased in nice, brown-toned tile.

An angled ceiling makes the upper-floor bedroom a cozy nest, with a double window at the head of the bed and warm-toned wood flooring underfoot.

The sliders from the dining room on the main level lead to a rear deck.

A spacious shed has lots of storage space for garden equipment and toys.

The backyard is private—the whole property measures 0.14 acre, which is easily manageable in all seasons.

The house is hidden off the main drag. It’s just down the block from the Greenwood Lake Garden and Farm Market for plants, yummy eats, and wine slushies you can sip while listening to live music. Hit Greenwood Lake Roasters Craft Coffee just a few steps farther for your morning cup o’joe.

If this adorable, hidden-gem bungalow makes your heart go bang-bang, find out more about 26 Random Road, Greenwood Lake, from Susan Onderdonk with Howard Hanna Rand Realty.

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