What do you when you find a cute little eyebrow Colonial house in Dutchess County, but you need just a tad more space?
Well, if you’re the previous owners of this particular c.1800 Colonial, you simply add on an impressive, light-filled addition that’s bigger than the original house. And, that’s not the only out-sized aspect of the property: It’s surrounded by 32.5 acres smack-dab in the middle of northern Dutchess County, NY.
With the addition, the house is a generous 2,700 square feet in size, nearly every one of those square feet drenched in natural light thanks to glass walls and skylights, while its details in the original house portion like plank floors and a cozy fireplace still remain. There’s also a second fireplace and wood stove in the newer portion.
Feel free to entertain to your heart’s content in the sunroom with tile floors throughout, a fireplace, bar, and sliders that offer access onto the expansive bluestone patio…
…and, prep for all that entertaining in an upgraded kitchen swathed in stainless steel and granite.
Includes four bedrooms and two full baths…
…as well as outdoor gathering spaces galore, where you can grill under the stars or toast some marshmallows over the firepit.
Privacy comes with this classy package, and here, you’ll be surrounded by a rural, natural paradise complete with its own waterfall. Access it via the property’s trail system, thoughtfully established by its current owners.
Situated in the town of Pine Plains, just minutes from the historic hamlet of that bears the same name. Convenient to Rhinebeck, Red Hook, the Taconic State Parkway, and Millerton.
Are you into this eyebrow Colonial with a new addition? Find out more about 90 Mount Ross Road, Pine Plains, NY from Paul Hallenbeck Real Estate.