Here’s a little something modern in the form of this sleek Narrowsburg cottage, situated on 10.5 acres just steps from the Delaware River.
Dark exteriors are all the rage in the Hudson Valley and Catskills right now, and there are currently a whole bevy of homes on the market sporting this up-to-the-minute paint job. So, if you prefer your houses like you prefer your coffee (i.e. the darker, the better), you’ll want to hang around Upstater this week for our favorite listings with varying shades of black, charcoal, navy, and chocolate brown.
This eastern Sullivan County home grabbed our attention with its jet-black outer scheme juxtaposed with its crisp, cotton-y interior. The 1,300-square-foot house features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, a granite kitchen with subway tile and stainless steel, and hardwood floors. Need a bigger living room? When the weather cooperates, pop open the double glass doors to access the deck. In the winter, keep things snuggly by the wood stove.
Through the sliding barn door is the master suite, which includes its own vaulted ceilings and deck through glass doors.
Additionally, the interior comes with two more bedrooms plus an extra full bath. Still more decks await outside, providing plenty of room for a cookout or two.
The 10.5-acre property sits on the shores of the Delaware River, providing pristine, natural surroundings and all the privacy you desire.
Narrowsburg, NY is a picturesque hamlet on the NY/PA border, approximately three hours’ drive from NYC.
Have you fallen under the spell of this dark Narrowsburg cottage? Find out more about 151 Hankins Road, Narrowsburg here.