This Stone Ridge stone house boasts a thoughtful interior renovation that makes it both historic and elegant.
Built by one of the establishing families of Marbletown in c.1757, the Vandermark House is a jewel in a town known for its old Dutch stone houses. It’s situated on a ten-acre lot just one mile from Stone Ridge hamlet on the Esopus Creek in Ulster County. The exterior shows off its historic character, while the 2,194-square-foot interior is a breath of fresh air.
Recessed windows, exposed beams, and wide-plank floors will remind you of its roots…
…but a refurbished kitchen with stainless steel and granite counter tops reminds you that its modern, through and through.
Includes three bedrooms plus two full, remodeled baths…
Perhaps our favorite feature of this stone house is the screened-in porch with its own cooking fireplace, a throw-back to its old-world roots.
Stone Ridge is also convenient to High Falls, Kingston, New Paltz, Minnewaska State Park, and Mohonk. From here, you can take advantage of both the Catskills and the Hudson Valley, as well as the Hudson River, creeks, and other waterways. No wonder Marbletown’s founders like the Vandermark family made this land their home.
Ready to take over this historic Stone Ridge stone house? Find out more about 245 Pine Bush Road, Marbletown, NY from Lawrence O’Toole Realty.