Greek-Inspired Colonial Farmhouse in the Catskills, $529K

  |  November 17, 2021
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This East Durham Colonial farmhouse offers a more subtle approach to a Greek Revival look, minus the opulent columns.

Not every Greek Revival boasts pediments and scrolled columns, and here’s a Colonial that proves it. Originally built in the late-1700s, the residence features a nod to it in the form of the entryway framing, low roofline, and symmetrical shape.

Inside, there’s a warm and friendly 2,233-square-foot layout with pine plank flooring and a cozy living room woodstove.

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As for the kitchen, it’s a proper country workspace with lots of of storage and room to eat in, with a mix of high-end stainless steel appliances and rustic, well-loved details.

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And, off the kitchen is a formal dining room, recently-renovated, boasting stripped-down support beams, wood floors, and an upper-level loft space.

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One of the home’s four bedrooms – currently used as an office is on the first floor – along with a spa-ified bath…

…while the second floor has three more bedrooms and another full bath…

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A barn/garage is attached to the house, which is surrounded by a lush, four-acre property. Enjoy it from the bluestone patio, or wander the grounds in almost complete privacy, situated in the northern Catskill Mountains just ten minutes from Windham Mountain.

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Love the mix of rustic and stately in this East Durham Colonial farmhouse? Find out more about 1738 Co. Rd. 20, East Durham, NY from Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty

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