This Contemporary Craftsman home provides east-of-Hudson views with the Catskills in the distance as the icing on the cake.
For $1,850,000, you’d expect a house to have some perks, and, indeed, this Arts-and-Crafts-style farmhouse in Columbia County has them. First and foremost among those perks are the Hudson River views from nearly every room within the 2,826-square-foot interior. Need to get even closer? Step through the double glass doors of this 2001-built home and onto the deck…
Back inside, the open living room and dining room boast a ceramic-tiled fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, mahogany wood trim, hand-bronzed hardware, and custom light fixtures.
Every farmhouse, including Contemporary ones, need a kitchen that’s the heart of the home, large enough to accommodate big, friendly meals in a comfortable environment. This home’s kitchen hits those marks with granite counter tops, fireplace hearth, and copper hood above the stainless over and range.
Includes three bedrooms, one of which is the master suite that comes with its own loft and deck. The two rooms on the lower level include a full bath, sitting room, and kitchenette. Sounds perfect for accommodating guests.
Situated on ten acres of land 1.5 miles from Germantown, a tiny hamlet that packs a wallop with an artisan general store, eateries, boutiques, and antique shops. Both Rhinebeck village and Hudson city are 20 minutes to the south and north, respectively.
In the market for a Contemporary Craftsman on the Hudson River? Find out more about 54 Hunterstown Road, Germantown from Gary DiMauro Real Estate, Inc.
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