Convince Your Friends and Family To Head Upstate to These New Neighboring Mini-Homes from Catskill Farms, $339k Each

  |  May 30, 2020


These two new 815 square-foot, two-bedroom homes in Saugerties from Catskill Farms will be move-in ready by July 4th—just in time to celebrate your Upstate independence.

With its close proximity to New York City; up-and-coming art, restaurant, and retail scene; and central location between Woodstock and Kingston, the quiet Catskill Mountain town of Saugerties is picture-perfect. That’s why Chuck Petersheim, owner of Sullivan County-based design/build firm Catskill Farms, has almost completed construction on two of his new mini-homes here.

One of Catskill Farms' Mini-Homes in Saugerties

According to Petersheim, while the unprecedented impact of the pandemic brings uncertainty for many small businesses in the region, it also provides his two-decades-old business an opportunity to discover the future of real estate in the Hudson Valley. “I do still think there will be many families that will want real estate up here,” he says. “We are trying to figure out exactly what type will be most in demand.”

Among his newest offerings are a series of smaller, more affordable homes perfect for a couple looking for a quick getaway or a small family with kids in tow.

At just 815 square feet, neighboring Ranch 38 and Ranch 39 provide ample living space in their compact floor plans. Each includes two bedrooms, one bathroom, and an open kitchen, living room, and dining space. And since they’re right next door to each other, you should definitely start petitioning your extended family or group of friends to go in on a weekend escape, too.

Ranch 38 from Catksilll Farms

With their contemporary appliances and the clean, bright aesthetic Catskill Farms is known for, these modern cabins provide the perfect blend of urban and rural life. And they’re just the right size to stake out a piece of the Hudson Valley to call your own.

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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