Sarah Wells, an indentured servant, traveled up the Hudson River in 1712 to reside in Orange County at age 16, and was the first white woman to settle in Goshen Township. Sarah Wells Trail was named for her, and served as the main thoroughfare for early settlers of Orange County, and is where we find today’s big-lot log cabin.
This 1,800-square-foot home, built in 1982, is relatively modern but has classic log-home details like knotty pine walls, a rustic fireplace, and a cozy space under the eaves.
The living room is equally cozy, with a tile floor and beamed ceiling.
This epic fieldstone fireplace is double-faced, and takes center stage in the space.
On the other side of the fireplace is the kitchen, which was designed on a grand scale. The cabinetry is classic and solid, but the Italian tile tabletop could maybe use a modern update. The granite island includes an electric cooktop and a custom ventilation hood. A Sub Zero fridge is paneled to match the cabinets.
The laundry room is spacious, with plenty of cabinets and countertops for sorting, folding, and storage.
This full bath with glass shower is just off the laundry room.
The house has two bedrooms. The bedroom on the main level has wood paneling and wall-to-wall carpeting.
The primary bedroom is tucked into the top of the house, with big windows and more wall-to-wall carpeting.
It’s got stellar views of the 18.8-acre spread.
This woodsy full bath, which has a tile floor and pine walls, is on the second level. It has a pedestal sink, but there’s room to expand to a bigger vanity if desired.
The property has three acres of lawn that are begging to evolve into gardens (flower and vegetable). It’s in the hamlet of Campbell Hall: Close to the train station, it’s also minutes away from main highways, shopping, and amenities like Brotherhood Winery, Stewart International Airport, and Legoland. Kids can attend Washingtonville schools.
If this log cabin on lotsa land appeals to you, find out more about 79 Sarah Wells Trail, Campbell Hall, from Nada Kerezovich with Howard Hanna Rand Realty.