Passive Solar Home in Campbell Hall, NY, $794K

  |  April 5, 2021

Imagine growing cacti and other succulents indoors, all year long in this self-heating Campbell Hall Contemporary home on 2.7 acres.

If you’ve been longing for an indoor space to soak up the sun, you’re going to love what we’ll be featuring this week on Upstater. That’s right; it’s Home with Sunrooms Week! We’re starting things off in a big way today with a sprawling 1980s house, two-story sunroom for cultivating cacti included.

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From this glorious glass room, you can access the spacious stone deck perfect for summertime soirees and cook-outs (don’t blame us if your friends suddenly find themselves consumed with sunroom-envy).

However, in this 3,260-square-foot home, the sun does more than just keep the sunroom toasty. In fact, this is a passive solar home, which takes the heat created by the sun and recirculates it back into the house. Radiant-heated floors also help keep it cozy during the winter, along with fireplaces in the both the living room and master bedrooms…

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…and a soapstone wood stove in the well-equipped kitchen.

Go upstairs, because you’re going to want to bask in the master bedroom…

…which includes access to the sunroom’s upper level…

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…and a spa bath that comes with deep soaking tub, separate, glass-enclosed shower…

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…and a sauna big enough to accommodate six people.

Above the garage is a space that has potential as a mother-in-law apartment/guest accommodations, with some tweaks, of course…

…and the 2.7-acre lot is park-like under a big open sky, less than 90 minutes from NYC.

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Does this Campbell Hall Contemporary give you serious sunroom envy? Find out more about 1 Mitts Way, Campbell Hall, NY from Green Team Realty.

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