This cute cottage is close to lakes, trails, and all of the cool hangout spots in Sullivan County.
Just a 12-minute drive to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the 600-square-foot house was built in 1930 and needs updates ranging from cosmetic touchups to more intensive work.
The living room has its original wood floors and big windows, and it’s a good size.
Everything from the bedrooms to the bath to the kitchen radiates off the centrally located living room. Check out that interesting doorway on the right that leads to the kitchen.
The eat-in kitchen is galley-like but is also a decent size, with new-ish cabinets and counters and a door to the outside. The new owner could design a really cool renovation here.
Hey, there’s a door to the outside on the other end of the kitchen, too.
The two bedrooms are nearly identical in size and shape: Not too huge, but not too small, either.
The bathroom is fully tiled, including the shower stall. The septic on the property needs repair or replacement—a pricey obligation, but the house’s listing cost (cash-only) is low enough to compensate for that.
The walk-up attic invites your imagination to think up inventive uses: A new primary suite, or a quiet retreat?
There’s a detached garage onsite, too. The property is 0.16 of an acre, and filled with mature trees.
If this gem catches your fancy, find out more about 408 Mueller Road, Kenoza Lake, from Jean Dermer with the Barbanti Group.