Situated betwixt Phoenicia and Woodstock in Ulster County, this Hudson Valley hexagon home in the woods was, once upon a time, a small non-profit school.
The property consists of five acres of land, a 3000 square foot main building (hexagonal with skylight), a cottage, and a two-story heated studio with floor-to-ceiling mirrors. We hear that, and we can’t help but think this property might make one helluva small-scale secluded retreat center…or an old-fashioned commune.
For a living space, the cottage provides lots of perks like large picture windows, private deck, and an outdoor shower. Looking to add a larger home or another building? Electric and septic systems have been engineered already to accommodate it.
As you might expect from a small private school situated near Woodstock village, this singular compound is oozing with rustic mountain charm. Its location away from main roads gives it just the kind of seclusion we’re looking for during Wide Open Spaces Week, situated in the glorious Catskill Mountains.
Discover more about this Hudson Valley hexagon home. See photos and details of 46 Erikas Walk, Mount Tremper here.