How about two kitchens? That’s what this Livingston Manor farmhouse brings to the table…
This c.1860s farmhouse is exactly the kind of house we’d want to live in during the holidays. Not only can you really go to town with decking those halls in 19th-century-style holiday flare, you can cook a meal to feed the multitudes thanks to a second kitchen in the home’s 1920s addition.
The main kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, deep farm sink, dishwasher, granite counter tops, and center island with second sink and bar seating for three.
The second kitchen is less fancy, but you can cook dinner and pies all at the same time if you lived here. Imagine the possibilities.
Also comes with an adjoining family room/seating area…
The rest of the main house includes the hallmarks of mid-19th-century rural design: Rough-hewn support beams, plank floors, and built-ins. As for sleeping arrangements for family and visitors, there are five bedrooms available here, plus a full finished attic. After a day of cooking, entertaining, and non-stop festiveness, you can retire to your master suite with skylights, plus a soaking tub and walk-in shower.
Bonus: The 50-acre property includes this positively stunning two-story dairy barn with stone silo and new roof. What would you do with this space? Wedding venue? Art studio? Airbnb/guest house?
This parcel of land is situated in total privacy, about 10 minutes west of Livingston Manor village in Sullivan County. It’s a gorgeous Catskill Mountain locale just over two hours from NYC.
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Dreaming of spending the next holiday season in this Livingston Manor farmhouse? Find out more about 335 Weissman Road, Livingston Manor from Malek Properties.