You could practically walk to the Hunter Mountain slopes from this Hunter shake cottage on over a quarter-acre.
While the calendar says we’ve got another few weeks before the official start of winter, looking outside, it’s safe to say it’s already arrived. Is this the year you finally go all-in on your love of winter sports in the Catskills, Hudson Valley, and Berkshires and buy a winter cottage of your own? Need a hand finding one? Upstater’s got you. This week, we’re featuring homes near the slopes, and that includes Hunter, Windham, and Belleyare Mountains, as well as Plattekill, Catamount, and more.
First off the lift is this 1920s four-bedroom cottage, stylishly-refurbished to please a 21st-century crowd.
And, a crowd it shall please. According to the listing, this house comfortably sleeps ten (no word yet on how many it could uncomfortably sleep), with three full baths to keep the shower line short.
Cook house meals from an updated, stainless steel kitchen with a big center island so you can enlist multiple helpers, and an open first-floor plan means never again having to miss out on the party by being in charge of food.
The 1,248-square-foot home offers two wood stoves, as well as a clawfoot tub in the upstairs loft master suite. Attractive details like exposed support beams hardwood floors add to the cottage’s appeal…
Those of us who live in the Catskills know that the other three non-winter seasons are pretty nice, too, so when the weather gets warm, soak it up from the wrap-around porch overlooking the .31-acre lot situated just across the Schoharie Creek from the village of Hunter in Greene County, NY.
Can’t wait to come home to this Hunter shaker cottage after a day spend on the slopes? Find out more about 70 Bridge Street, Hunter, NY from Gordon Hunter Mountain Realty.