This brand-new Beaverkill cottage on 15 acres provides you with a natural setting outside, and creature comforts within.
We’re focusing our real estate search for new houses in the Catskills and Hudson Valley, and today’s favorite listing brings us to the bucolic Beaverkill Valley, situated in Sullivan County. Given its location within the Catskill Park, the property is perfect for someone looking to live among outdoorsy stuff like hiking, hunting, fly-fishing, and rustic camping.
There is nothing rustic, however, about this home-base.
Fresh from construction, this cottage features over 2,300 square feet, four bedrooms, three baths, and a 1,200-square-foot basement. That’s some cottage! No creature-comfort has been spared, including Jotul wood stove to bolster the electric baseboard heat, energy-efficient insulation to keep heat in the house, spa-like baths…
…and a chef’s kitchen equipped an induction cook-top and butcher block counter and breakfast bar.
Natural light won’t be an issue here, and white-washed shiplap paneling brightens the interior and adds a soft contrast to the polished hardwood floors. The master bedroom with en suite rounds out the spacious first floor.
On the second floor, there are three more bedrooms, plus an open lounge and additional full bath.
Don’t leave home for all that outdoorsy goodness. Luxuriate in it from one of many vantage points on the 700-square-foot wrap-around porch. Also outside: a detached garage with covered wood storage and a workshop, plus a pond.
This property is in the Beaverkill Falls community, which requires membership in the Beaverkill Falls Homeowners Association. Included in membership are perks like Quill pond for swimming, access to premier fly fishing on the Beaverkill River, and 40 miles of scenic hiking trails.
Ready to be the first person to live inside this Beaverkill cottage? Find out more about 20 Blueberry Hill Drive, Hardenburgh from Country House Realty.