Clean and bright, this Sullivan County tiny house offers oversized tranquility…
Looking for a home-away-from-home that’s manageable in size and serene in design? Cast your attention toward this little 450-square foot wonder, located in the eastern Sullivan County town of Neversink. With a single bed and bath, this is no sprawler with room for the whole fam. Instead, this is a retreat built around solitude, and, let’s face it, you could use some alone-time.
Everything about this 1950s bungalow is practically brand-new. Includes wood-burning stove, stainless steel kitchen appliances, new bathroom with tub, modern lighting, central thermostat heat, large screened-in porch, and vaulted ceilings. Note that the interior is awash in light.
It’s hard to keep a place like this a secret, what with it being so brag-worthy and all, so lucky for you, there’s a small Amish-built building on the property that could be made into a small, simple guest house. Or, it could be your second bedroom, writing room, or art studio.
The tiny house and studio sit on an acre of property between the Rondout Reservoir and the Neversink Reservoir. Need some civilization every now and again? There’s a general store in Neversink, about 5 minutes away, or the other general store in Grahamsville, about 10 minutes to the east. Take your pick.
Feeling drawn to the serenity of this Sullivan County tiny house? Find out more about 22 Highland Road, Neversink from Village Green Realty.