This New Paltz Cape Cod was built in the 1910s, but a complete renovation has transformed it into a dapper, modernized cottage.
And, while all of this newness is dazzling, the 1,281-square-foot interior also includes some up-cycled details, like the reclaimed wood used for the living room electric fireplace mantle, as well as in the kitchen. We’re all about reclaimed materials this week on Upstater, and all of this week’s featured properties around the Hudson Valley and Catskills come with reclaimed materials seamlessly-woven into a thoroughly-modern interior…
…so seamlessly, in fact, that we can hardly tell what’s reclaimed and what’s new, especially in the kitchen outfitted with stainless steel appliances you can operate via WiFi, subway tile, and sleek custom cabinetry.
The home’s two full baths are equally sleek and updated, with the wood counter as a rustic touch.
The bedrooms stay cool thanks to central AC, and they’re kept tidy with built-in storage spaces.
Off the rear of the house is a new patio with privacy wall…
…overlooking the over-a-quarter-acre lot…
…complete with its own antique barn.
The property is situated just a few minutes east of New Paltz village in Ulster County, NY, convenient to the NYS Thruway and the Trailways bus. It’s also less than ten miles from the Poughkeepsie Metro-North station.
Prepared to claim this New Paltz Cape Cod with reclaimed wood details? Find out more about 27 S. Ohioville Road, New Paltz, NY from Berardi Realty.