Not only is this Saugerties polygon house cool on the inside, it’s surrounded by natural beauty…
Love makes the world go ’round, and we love this round house located between Saugerties and Woodstock. Well, technically, it’s not round, but in fact a pentadecahedron. For those who have never played D&D, that means it’s got 15 sides. 15 fabulous sides.
Let’s start with the outside first, though, since its picturesque, secluded locale is part of the property’s charm. While the listing photos depict it against a verdant green backdrop, imagine what these environs would look like wearing bold autumn colors. The wrap-around deck gives you a place to take it all in. Situated on 2.47 acres tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac, hidden by trees.
The 1,811-square-foot Contemporary interior is flanked by windows and sliding glass doors on nearly all of 15 sides, flooding the main common rooms with natural light. Skylights help, too. The living room includes a Mid-Century-style, free-standing wood stove. As for the dining room, it opens onto the wrap-around deck via sliders.
Includes three bedrooms, one of which is a master bedroom with two sets of sliding glass doors that open onto the room’s own little stone patio. Perfect for coffee sipping in the morning. Master bedroom also comes with an en suite bath.
Aside from the handsome surroundings, this house sits close to a multitude of area attractions, such as: the Ashokan Reservoir, Woodstock village, the Overlook Mountain hiking trail, Opus 40, Saugerties village, the Hudson River, and all 700,000 acres of Catskill Park.
Does this Saugerties polygon house look like the treehouse of your dreams? Find out more about 31 Coyote Court, Saugerties here.