There’s something about a Kerhonkson cottage that’s just too cool. And this one is the tops.
Built in 1945, it’s undergone a full renovation with modern touches—but it’s kept tons of charm.
The ceiling on the covered porch, for instance. And the arches on the porch. And that moody green color. Even the window and accompanying window box are artful.
The rafter ceiling continues inside the house: Skinny hardwood planks cover the floor. A tidy brick fireplace anchors one end of the living area, and rustic beams separate it from the kitchen. Carrera marble counters cover the cooktop island and a wide prep area. High-quality stainless-steel appliances and a professional-style faucet on the double sink can make any home chef feel fancy.
The kitchen cabinets are sleek and streamlined in a soft gray tone. White subway tile forms the backsplash up to the ceiling. A stocky set of stairs leads to the second level.
A half-bath on the main level has this live-edge counter with a small vessel sink.
A dining area is lit by a cute pendant. Sliders lead out…
…to this airy deck with cable railings, overlooking the property’s half-acre.
The house measures 1,152 square feet, so the bedrooms aren’t huge, but there are three of them. They all share nicely refinished hardwood floors…
…painted-plank ceilings, and closets.
The primary bedroom and one of the secondary bedrooms each have a door out to the deck.
The primary ensuite bath has cool white tile on the walls and in the glass walk-in shower; hardwood on the floors; and a furniture-quality vanity with double vessel sinks that have wall-mounted faucets.
The ensuite also has this deep soaking tub!
The secondary bedrooms share this bathroom, which has a walk-in shower, wide-plank wood floors, and an amazingly upcycled dresser/vanity.
Outside, the porch wraps almost all the way around the house. The backyard has a nice upper patio and bluestone steps down to the ground. Another set of wooden steps brings you up…
…to this covered, screened porch that’s just perfect for warm nights.
Bet there’s some good frog-catchin’ and firefly-spotting here.
The house has views of two neighboring ponds, as well. Kerhonkson is close to world-class climbing and hiking, as well as shopping and restaurants nearby.
If this cottage hits your core, find out more about 106 Samsonville Road, Kerhonkson, from Jeff Serouya with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties