Lovers of antiquities, take note: The c.1764 Krom Stone House in Accord is a compound worth investigating…
…especially if you’re in the market for a Catskills compound that looks like a million bucks but isn’t.
This 15-acre property includes two houses for the price of one impressive, historic house. The original stone house dates back to the 1760s and comes with period details like exposed chestnut beams and plank floors. Attached to that is an additional house added on in 1879.
The 1870s addition includes its own baths and kitchen, making it some seriously well-appointed accommodations for guests. Both the stone house and addition add up to over 3,500 square feet of space with four bedrooms and four full baths total.
Oh, did you think that was it for this property? Think again, because it also includes a two-story barn, providing more space for a workshop, studio, storage for your motorcycle/comic book collection, or another guest room.
Additionally, the grounds of the Krom Stone House come with an attractive stone patio and walls. The back yard includes a wood-fired hot tub, and there appears to be a second hot top on the covered porch.
Located in western Ulster County 10 minutes from historic Stone Ridge, 20 minutes from New Paltz, and two hours from NYC.
Find out more about the Krom Stone House at 31 Upper Whitfield Road, Accord from Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.