This Carmel Colonial has a kitchen, formal dining room, and screened-in porch that will make you eschew take-out forever.
As we bid adieu to Kitchens Week, we leave you with one final fabulous place to cook: A modernized, eat-in kitchen inside a nineteenth-century Center-Hall farmhouse. Rough-hewn, exposed beams tell the tale of its venerable origins. A breakfast nook awash in natural light creates a perfect spot for informal meals, and an attached screened-in porch would work as a semi-outdoor dining area…
…while the Colonial-style formal dining room with brick fireplace will have you donning your morning coat and silken top hat.
On of the other side of the home’s center hall is the sitting room/parlor with cozy fireplace…
…and, on the second floor are three bedrooms and two full baths, one of which includes a clawfoot tub. The master bedroom has its own attached full bath.
The residence is 2,240 square feet total, with much of its mechanicals recently-updated, while out on the five-acre property is an antique red barn awaiting restoration and reuse.
Located on the west side of the West Branch Reservoir in Putnam County, four miles from Carmel hamlet and just over an hour’s drive to NYC with no traffic.
Ready to get cooking in this Carmel Colonial farmhouse? Find out more about 271 Dixon Road, Camel, NY from Houlihan Lawrence.