If you can’t wake up in the morning without an eyeful of the Catskills, consider yourself at home in this Belleayre Mountain Victorian.
Can you picture taking your morning coffee from the bay window nook of this magnificent master suite? Or lighting a cozy fire when the nights gets chilly? How about wandering around a 3,385-square-foot Queen Anne with custom wood work and details galore? Then you are going to fall end-over-tea-kettle for this c.1905, robin’s-egg-blue mansion next door to Belleayre Mountain in Ulster County, NY.
Formerly inhabited by a renowned newspaper editor, the Victorian is full of natural light, fancy brick fireplaces, Grecian-inspired columns, and ornate wood scroll work trim. You can see the early Craftsman-style influences starting to creep into classic Victorian architecture in the form of transom windows, understated window and door framing, leaded windows, stone, and brickwork.
The fully-modernized kitchen includes a center island, stainless steel appliances, sub-zero refrigerator, built-in hutch with open shelves, Gaggenau gas cooktop, and butler’s pantry.
Upstairs, the second floor offers an open loft overlooking the first floor, as well as a balcony accessible from the master suite. Three more bedrooms and a full bath are up on the third floor.
Spill out onto the 2,000-square-foot wrap-around front porch, or explore the 31-acre property with an antique barn/carriage house.
Pine Hill, NY is located in western Ulster County, just minutes from the Belleayre Mountain Resort and Day Use area, and convenient to the charming and friendly village of Margaretville, Phoenicia, and Woodstock.
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