Today’s Upstater pick is north of Cold Spring’s downtown, but has a spectacular feature that’s unexpected.
From the front, it’s an unassuming, c. 1969 ranch. A sinous concrete path winds its way to the front door.
The entry has a stylish Edison-light chandelier over hardwood floors. A coat closet in the foyer is a helpful touch.
The kitchen is newly redone, with marble floors and tumbled-marble tiles forming a chevron-shaped backsplash. White cabinets are topped with quartz countertops.
Top-of-the-line appliances take center stage, like this massive fridge/freezer. But hey, check out that view from the picture window.
The living room is large, with a platform in an alcove that could serve as a dining area or snug TV space.
Nearly floor-to-ceiling windows capture woodsy and mountain views next to big sliders that open up even more of the vista. If that’s not enough, open those sliders…
…to a screened porch that gives off treehouse vibes and soak up more of those panoramic views.
Sit here and take in vistas that inspired Hudson River School painters…
…or step outside to really get that plein-air feel.
The 2,232-square foot house has four bedrooms, but it’s not easy to discern specific bedrooms from the listing. This one has gray walls, a nice hardwood floor, and big casement windows.
One end of the room is dedicated to tons of closet space.
This bathroom has white walls, a marble floor, a tumbled-marble shower, and a dark, modern vanity topped with granite. A casement window frames a great view.
This bedroom has a sliding-door closet, yellow walls, and a wood floor.
The hall bath has a gray vanity with twin sinks cut into its granite top; a window with a picture-perfect view; and an aqua-glass-tiled shower.
The stairs to the basement are fancy-finished with oak treads, a black newel post and railing, and white risers and spindles.
There’s a full bath down here in a white color scheme, with black-and-white penny tile in the shower.
Some of the basement is unfinished…
…while some of it is kinda finished.
A three-car garage is under the house, too. The property totals 3.44 acres; and it’s only 15 minutes from the Metro-North train station; the price has just been lowered by $20K, too.
If this panoramic-view ranch has caught your eye, find out more about 104 Crest Road, Cold Spring, from Karan Garewal with WinWin Realty.