The listing price for this Point Peter Mountain cottage is not a typo. It’s actually $95,000!
Known as The Mountain House, this 1920s cottage sits on the base of a mountain in Port Jervis, NY. Its visible location and distinctive cedar-shake siding offers curb appeal galore, and, if you love the outdoorsy stuff, this is exactly where you want to be. Bike/run/walk the local rail trail, enjoy acres of parkland, or check out the nearby Delaware River.
Take note, though: This charming cottage needs work. Some of that work has been done already, as evidenced by the Mountain House’s Facebook page with photos of new wood siding, aluminum trough sink and shower, updated kitchen, restored plank floors, and new electric and plumbing…
…but, get ready to finish the walls, floors, windows, and everything else on the second floor.
Includes three bedrooms, two baths (one finished and one needs finishing), a slate stone patio, four-season perennial garden, and a detached two-car garage with an unfinished loft. This cottage is less than a mile from the NJ Transit station in Port Jervis city, and less than two hours from NYC by car.
Got plans to finish this Point Peter Mountain cottage? Find out more about 32 Hudson Street, Port Jervis from Century 21.