Sitting on over a half-acre, this historic Catskill stone house feels like an enchanted retreat, but it’s just steps away from the village.
The surprisingly-large three-bedroom Colonial house dates back to 1762 and, thanks to its connection to the Revolutionary War, it’s a designated historic site. Haven’t you always wanted your very own blue historic site marker? It’s kind of been a secret (now not-so-secret) dream of ours.
In spite of its advanced age, this antique home is in excellent condition, with Colonial-style touches like built-in storage, fireplace, exposed beams, and wood floors.
We love the kitschy checkerboard floors in the kitchen, which also includes a commercial range, plenty of storage, and room for a breakfast table.
The 2,200-square-foot interior includes five bedrooms plus two full baths…
…both of which have been updated with custom tiling and fixtures.
The .61-acre corner lot is across the street from the Catskill Creek, just over the bridge from Catskill village restaurants, shops, and parks. From here, the I-87 Thruway exit is a five-minutes’ drive, with NYC less than 2.5 hours away.
Ready to soak up the history of this Catskill stone house? Find out more about 281 W. Main Street, Catskill, NY from Four Seasons Sotheby’s Intl.