The soapstone wood stove does top-notch work keeping this Downsville cabin toasty even as the snow flies outside.
For a simple cabin-in-the-woods, this one built in the early 1980s features a surprising amount of interior space, with a full bedroom, two full baths, and a second-floor sleeping loft. And, the open living room and kitchen feel airy, too, thanks to cathedral ceilings and skylights.
In spite of its lofty 1,400 square feet, the Tulikivi wood stove keeps it all warm due to its soapstone construction that gradually heats up without using a ton of wood to keep it going. Love to cook? A Jenn Aire oven and six-burning Viking range should set up even the most ardent of prepper. Just because you’re sitting out a global pandemic doesn’t mean you should have to give up filet mignon and crème brûlée.
The upstairs master loft comes with an en suite bathroom, bath tub included…
…as well as its own private balcony overlooking the 1.7-acre property that’s big enough to offer seclusion while small enough to be manageable.
It’s located just across the road from the East Branch Delaware River, and practically walking-distance to Downsville hamlet and the Pepacton Reservoir in Delaware County, NY.
Seeking the kind of seclusion and coziness that comes with this Downsville cabin? Find out more about 302 Mink Brook Road, Downsville, NY from Eagle River Realty.