Temper winter’s icy chill with views of the Hudson from this Ulster County country house…
We never tire of seeing a pretty house surrounded by autumn leaves. Thankfully, we live in the Mid-Hudson Valley, where brassy fall hues are as plentiful as stinkbugs in the springtime…and a million times more welcome.
Here’s the kicker: When the leaves finally fall and leave behind the empty trees, it can be a little depressing. You know what would take the sting out of that sight? Being able to see the Hudson River, of course, and the wrap-around balcony of this house offers just such a seasonal view.
Furthermore, the 14.66-acre property in southern Ulster County comes with a few other perks. We’ll start off with the main house, which sports a cedar-sided exterior, 2,323-square foot interior, four bedrooms, and two full baths. A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace warms the living room, which also includes a bay window and wood floors.
The kitchen is large enough for eating-in, plus a formal dining room with built-in shelves and more big windows.
Next, the property has a big red barn just begging for an update into a guest house. Or, a home studio. Or…whatever you want. Includes a sliding door.
Lastly, the listing states that there’s another house on the property. It’s abandoned, which sounds to us like it needs a lot of work. However, if you’re up for the task, you’ve got yourself a nice, picturesque compound on the Hudson River.
Located approximately 20 minutes from both New Paltz and Newburgh, and about 90 minutes from NYC.
Ready to see what else the seasons have to offer at this Ulster County country house? Find out more 58 Woodcrest Lane, Marlborough from Village Green Realty.
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