Make it the Summer of ’69 every summer in this time-locked Midcentury cottage in Sullivan County, NY.
We’re cracking open the time capsule and revealing a period piece from the Summer of Love, hidden away along the southern shore of Wanaksink Lake in Rock Hill, NY. This is an area rife with Midcentury and Contemporary lake cottages of all shapes and sizes, but we’re rather partial to the striking shape of an A-frame with a retro interior.
The 1,700-square-foot cottage features cathedral ceilings, stone fireplace, loft bedroom with shudders that open into the living room, and a wall of windows that lead to a balcony deck for dining al fresco. For indoor dining with a group, use the formal dining room that seats eight and comes with the home’s second fireplace.
We’re also a big fan of the Pink Bathroom, often an addition in Midcentury homes, and this home comes with two of them, both meticulously-maintained.
The first-floor master bedroom features sliders that open onto a deck, just right for sipping coffee or tea during quiet early mornings. In fact, there’s lots of room for spending time outdoors over two decks, two balconies, and a patio the living room balcony.
Located on a .7-acre lot just outside of Rock Hill hamlet in eastern Sullivan County, close to lakes, skiing, hiking, antiquing, and golfing, all within two hours of NYC. Dynamite!
156 South Lake Road, Rock Hill is listed for $324,900.
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