Gaze out over your 22-acre estate from the master suite windows inside this antique Carmel farmhouse…
…and, continue your estate-gazing from the whirlpool tub in the master bath, as well as from the banks of windows in the living room, family room, parlor, and two other bedrooms within the 3,022 square foot interior.
Originally built nearly 30 years before the Civil War, this classic Colonial farmhouse features many period features like a rocking-chair front porch and round exterior singles, as well as wide-plank floors inside. The rest of if, though, is a fresh take on the farmhouse theme, especially in the kitchen, a home chef’s dream that includes a commercial gas stove, prep sink, custom terra cotta-style floor tiling, and an expansive, granite-topped center island. To top it off, a stone fireplace recalls a time when cooking was done in a massive kitchen fireplace.
The easy flow of the dining room, kitchen, and living room make for great home parties, but the additional family and sitting rooms offer a more intimate, relaxed setting.
Two other bedrooms round out the second floor, and, up the third floor, the attic could make fourth bedroom, guest room, or home office.
And, the whole family is going to go nuts over the big back deck, in-ground pool, and cabana.
Located in the Putnam County hamlet of Carmel, about an hour north of NYC. You’d never know it, though, because this property on the West Branch Reservoir is a slice of country paradise, which is exactly what you want in a Hudson Valley house.
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