This renovated cottage comes with its own renovated cottage, both sitting on an acre of land just minutes north of the historic village of Catskill, NY.
This week on Upstater, we’re celebrating the close-knit and eclectic Greene County village of Catskill, a place that’s been getting (and giving) a lot of love lately. With all that love comes homebuyers hungry to snap up every last morsel of residential real estate in the Hudson Valley locale, so if you’ve been flirting with the idea of Catskill, better act fast. Speaking of which, maybe you should pounce on this c.1935 cottage with a stylishly-updated interior. It also comes with a guest cottage!
The main house is a sweet Cape Cod bungalow that combines some seriously elegant touches like pattered wallpaper with original hold-overs like the mantel surrounding the gas-powered fireplace in the living room, along with window glass, doors, hardware, and exposed timber.
Still, a touch of post-mod industrial design crops up in the gourmet kitchen in the form of a corrugated metal ceiling that extends into the country-chic dining room.
The main house includes two bedrooms and one full bath…
…while the converted carriage house cottage comes with a light-filled, open floor plan with vintage touches and its own full bath. Don’t need a guest house any time soon thanks to social distancing? Turn it into your own studio or work-from-home space.
The property itself is large enough to provide total privacy on a full acre of land, but small enough to require little serious maintenance. Nearby Catskill village is where you’ll find shops, take-out, breweries, and public parks, all nestled along the western shores of the Hudson River.
Care to claim this Catskill renovated cottage? Find out more about 265 Route 385, Catskill, NY from Sotheby’s International.