The Ultimate 1970s Pad in Hunter, NY, $1.5M

  |  November 11, 2021
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What makes this Hunter split level Ranch the ultimate? Could be the fact that it comes with over three-hundred acres of land. 

Just in case you were scratching you head over the listing price for what, on the surface, appears to be a four-bedroom split-level Ranch. Those 360 acres of gorgeous Catskill Mountain land are worth their weight in gold…

…as is the practically-frozen-in-time interior, complete with a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace, piney wall paneling, and cathedral ceilings as would befit any 1970s pad worth its salt. Tell me you don’t want to bust out a game of Scabble while listening to Loggins & Messina just looking at this living room.

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As with most raised ranches, this one features an upper-level main living area with an open floor plan. Frankly, we can’t get enough of this very 70s kitchen minus the avocado/golden-rod appliances…

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…or the massive second-floor deck that overlooks the Schoharie Creek that runs behind the house.

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The bedrooms are on the ground level, along with a full bathroom…

…and, in addition to the main house, there’s a separate 720-square-foot guest cottage with its own parcel of land.

This singular swathe of land features miles of trails, apple orchards, rolling lawns, old-growth forests, and a vehicle and foot bridge of the Schoharie Creek. From here, Hunter Mountain is basically a next-door neighbor. Not that it matters, really…not when we live on your very own mountain.

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Are you blown-away by this Hunter split level Ranch and the mountain upon which it sits? Find out more about 8935 Route 23a, Hunter, NY from Land Defined Corp

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