Built in the 90s and fully renovated in 2003, this Kerhonkson NY Contemporary Craftsman is a dreamy Catskills abode…
It might look like a fairytale-esque bungalow built in the 1930s, complete with stone chimney, but it’s not. In fact, its interior is more akin to a Contemporary with vaulted ceilings and open spaces a-plenty.
But before we get to the inside, let’s take a detour to the front and backyards on this property. Surrounded by woods and meadows, the 12.8-acre lot includes a tucked-away location, a seasonal stream, and decks and patios to enjoy the setting. The owners also installed new perennial landscaping, and there’s a detached 400-square foot barn with electricity set up as a garage.
Now, let’s head inside to see what the 2,440-square foot interior holds. Looks like a cross between a farmhouse and a loft, thanks to rough-hewn beamed vaulted ceilings. The living room includes a Jotul wood stove, wood floors, and sky lights.
Upstairs, there’s a en suite master bedroom and reading nook, and downstairs, two additional bedrooms. Modern conveniences include central air on first floor and mini split on second, radiant heat in kitchen and mudroom, and zoned baseboard heating. Speaking of the kitchen, check out the stainless steel appliances, granite counters, cherry cabinets, and built-in wine cooler.
The property is located in western Ulster County, nestled up next to state-protected land. Situated about a half-hour due west of New Paltz village and about 2.5 hours from NYC.
Like what you see in 25 Cleveland Drive? Find out more about this Kerhonkson NY Contemporary Craftsman from Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.
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