We get it: You’ve been searching everywhere for a simple country house in the Catskills, but you’re on a budget…
That likely describes 99% of people reading this sentence right now.
Or, maybe you’re looking to settle down in the Catskills, and you need to start with something inexpensive. We found one, and with a few tweaks here and there, this three-bedroom house would make a fab little homestead.
Situated on 1.75 acres in the buckle of the Borscht Belt (AKA, Liberty, NY, home of now-defunct Grossinger’s Resort), the c.1940s house includes three bedrooms, two full baths, new kitchen appliances, and a private back deck overlooking the equally-private backyard.
The first-floor paneling is outdated, and the home could use a generous dose of style and personality in general, but the bathrooms are in good condition. In fact, everything seems to be in decent shape. Live here while you turn it into your own stylish country house, tucked away and hidden from nearby neighbors by vegetation.
The village of Liberty in Sullivan County is mere minutes away, as are parks, local services (post office, library, schools, etc.), and a golf course.
Love the outdoors? This five-figure property will put you in touch with them, thanks to nearby attractions like…oh, the Catskill Mountains, for example. Perhaps you’ve heard of them. Also, Bethel Wood Performing Arts Center, Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, Narrowsburg village, Shawangunk Ridge, Minnewaska, and a-whole-lot more.
Do you see potential in this country house in the Catskills? Find out more about 307 West Lake Street, Liberty, from Malek Properties.
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