Hot Summer Find: This Brand New Farmhouse from Catskill Farms Is Move-In Ready This Month, $725k

  |  July 20, 2021

If you’ve been hunting for a sweet upstate escape, here’s an opportunity to buy a home in Kerhonkson you won’t want to miss. This brand new home from Catskill Farms, the Sullivan County-based design/build firm that has delivered over 275 homes in the Catskills, will be move-in ready this month.

The crisp, airy farmhouse is nestled on a two-plus acre lot bordered with mature trees on a private road. An impressive 3,000 square feet of space is ready for you to sit back and enjoy rustic-yet-modern upstate living to its fullest.

The open plan first floor is awash in copious natural light. The living area and stylish contemporary kitchen have easy access to the back deck and screened porch, both of which are perfect for entertaining friends and family in the privacy of the nature that surrounds it.

Three bedrooms and two baths on the second floor provide privacy and plenty of space.

There’s also a finished, walk-out ground floor with an extra bath and space for a generously sized media room.

Like all of Catskill Farms’ homes, this farmhouse is a real sweet spot between form and function—providing quality, creativity, and speed of execution. With a distinct style that reflects the architectural heritage of the region and takes inspiration from a wide range of American influences and eras, it’s no wonder Catskill Farms’ homes have been such a hot ticket since its founding in 2001.

And with this home’s central location in Ulster County near Accord, Stone Ridge, and Kingston and a short drive to Woodstock, Saugerties, and Phoenicia, it won’t be long before this beauty gets snapped up.

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About Catskill Farms

Charles Petersheim founded design/build firm Catskill Farms in 2002 in Sullivan County. Continually inspired wholly by regional architecture, his over 275 new old homes dot the Hudson Valley, including Sullivan, Ulster, and Dutchess counties. His 20 years of Catskills building have given him broad perspective on how to succeed Upstate, be it with farming, building, small business, or just relaxing on the front porch.

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