Coming off of Labor Day weekend, this week we decided to spotlight houses with home offices. Today, here’s one with more than one office option inside.
This massive Montgomery property measures 5,500 square feet and has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
The entrance is impressive, with gated pillars at the head of a long driveway.
The interior is equally impressive—starting with this living/family room that has a stone-tile floor and paneled wainscoting. A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace anchors the space, flanked by Palladian-topped windows. A similar window sits on top of French doors out to the backyard.
A second family room with hardwood flooring and a sage color scheme is right off of the open-concept, eat-in kitchen.
The kitchen has dark wood cabinets and a peninsula that serves as a small breakfast bar. The sand-colored countertops and ceramic-tile floor complement the terracotta paint on the walls.
The dining room has a curved wall of windows and a mix of wallpapered wainscoting and wall paint in matching russet tones.
A first-floor bedroom is right off the dining room. There’s a half-bath on this floor, as well.
This home office has a curved bay window, hardwood floors, and plenty of room for more than one workspace.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom has the same bay-window setup, but in a much larger space. It, too, has hardwood floors.
The primary bath has a large tub, separate shower, and decor that might need an update. There are two secondary bedrooms on the second floor, too, along with a hall bath.
The finished basement offers another office option, with a full kitchen and a bedroom area that could easily become an office area.
It has this man-cave-ish bathroom with a walk-in shower and a urinal.
There’s an inground pool off of one of the house’s multiple decks.
The house has an attached two-car garage, supplemented by this detached, two-car garage with an upstairs that offers even more office choices. The 6.4-acre property borders Orange County-owned land and is near popular wineries like Whitecliff, and not too far from great hiking in the Gunks at Mohonk Preserve.
If this sprawling piece of property screams “Paradise!” to you, check out 7 Meadowood Road, Montgomery, with Sergio A. Saravia of OneKey MLS.