Take Your Pick of Two Sullivan County Farmhouses

  |  October 11, 2018

Farmhouse 46 and 47 built by Catskill Farms

You could do Eenie-Meenie-Miney-Mo to decide which of these newly-constructed Catskill Farms homes you want…

And, now matter how it turns out, you’d still be a winner. Both of these modern farmhouses are a fresh take on the classic vintage farmhouse, built with energy efficiency in mind with features like enhanced insulation, high-efficiency furnaces, on-demand hot water heaters, and heat pumps as the homes’ heating source, eliminating the need for gas or oil. Furthermore, both farmhouses are stylish without being trendy, spacious but not overwhelming, and built to last.

Farmhouse 46

Looking for an inspiring Catskills home? Farmhouse 46 should do the trick. The three-bedroom, two-bath abode comes with picture windows, brick fireplace, gleaming hardwood floors, open first-floor scheme, screened-porch, and modern elements like subway tile kitchen back splash and cable railing peacefully rubbing elbows with country-vintage details like farmhouse doors. Listed at $395K, the home’s nearly-2,000 square feet of interior space, in addition to a 5.5-acre lot, make Farmhouse 46 an ideal home or vacation retreat for the whole family.

For more information on Farmhouse 46, see the listing at Catskill Farms

Farmhouse 47


As the name implies, Farmhouse 47 is Catskill Farms’ 47th construction. It’s also listed for $435K and comes loaded with goodies, starting with the custom Craftsman-like front porch with stone supports. Continue into the light-filled interior nearly 2,000 square feet in size, awash in natural light thanks to large windows and double sliding glass doors. Includes hardwood floors, living room stone fireplace, wood accent walls, three bedrooms, and two baths. Soak up the sun on the back deck overlooking the 5.5-acre lot.

Find out more about Farmhouse 47 from Catskill Farms.

Sullivan County, NY

According to Catskill Farms founder and owner, Charles Petersheim, Sullivan County in the western Catskills offers advantages to home-buyers such as, “low density, $100k savings over Ulster County listings, and the ability to ride your bike without getting hit by a car, which is getting harder and harder near some of the built-up, go-to towns.” Like your Sunday drives, too? Small, charm-filled towns like Narrowsburg, Livingston Manor and Callicoon make perfect destinations for exploration. Spend time fishing or kayaking on the Delaware River, or head east toward the Hudson River. Both houses are within 2.5 hours’ drive from NYC.

As for Farmhouse 46 and 47, Petersheim explained that the two homes were” designed and built to not only augment a low-inventory real estate environment, but were dialed-in for size and price, as well.” Find out more about the farmhouses, as well as other information about Catskill Farms custom-built and ready-for-market homes, visit thecatskillfarms.com.

About Catskill Farms

Charles Petersheim founded design/build firm Catskill Farms in 2002 in Sullivan County. Continually inspired wholly by regional architecture, his over 275 new old homes dot the Hudson Valley, including Sullivan, Ulster, and Dutchess counties. His 20 years of Catskills building have given him broad perspective on how to succeed Upstate, be it with farming, building, small business, or just relaxing on the front porch.

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