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