This Callicoon Minimalist house is cool-as-a-cucumber inside, allowing the idyllic natural surroundings to take the lead.
During our week searching for modern homes with a touch of whimsy, we’ve seen some cool stuff, like a storage container house and a midcentury home with a rooftop deck. However, sometimes a home’s best and most fun feature is its locale, like this three-bedroom home on the Callicoon Creek in the Catskills.
Mother Nature helped making this home’s terraces possible, providing a true escape to the water’s edge and a sense of privacy. Or, you can take it all in from the wrap-around deck.
With that as your backdrop, it makes sense that the 1,548-square-foot interior would feature a clean Minimalist scheme. Minimalism, however, doesn’t mean skimping on comforts. This home features plenty of those, like a living room fireplace, an exercise room, three spacious bedrooms (each with its own set of French doors leading out to the deck), and a home chef’s dream kitchen with Bosch appliances, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and butcher block counters with a gas range.
Need a place to display your impressive book collection? The den off of the master suite offers the perfect reading nook. Or, make it a fourth bedroom, home office, or dressing room.
Callicoon, NY is in western Sullivan County, less than ten miles west of Bethel, home to Bethel Woods and the Woodstock ’69 festival, as well as the recent Woodstock 50th anniversary festival.
Need to move right into this creekside Callicoon Minimalist home? Find out more about 3701 State Route 17B, Callicoon, NY from Keller Williams.