You can land a home for under $100K in the Catskills, and this Woodridge townhouse is proof positive…
Sullivan County’s next door neighbor to the east, Ulster County, has experienced a 15% increase in real estate prices thanks to a drop in inventory, according to this recent report. But, it’s not just Ulster County. The county’s data, said the same report, “mirrored the pattern in neighboring mid-Hudson counties, all of which reported a drop in the inventory of homes for sale. All but Sullivan County reported higher median prices this year than last year.”
As we’ve said a million-and-one times before, if you want to find a five-figure home, your best bet is to look in Sullivan County. And, while you’re at it, you should look at this two-bedroom townhouse in eastern Sullivan for $93K. Yes, it’s a townhouse, which means it’s attached to other homes. No, that’s not the same as a house. However, if you’re looking for a second residence in a bucolic location just 30 minutes from the Shawangunk Ridge, it’s worth a closer inspection.
The unit is 1,152 square feet in size with high ceilings, living room wood stove, and second floor loft. A large back deck provides ample outdoor space to enjoy the woodsy surroundings. Everything in the townhouse looks impeccably-maintained, so add “move-in-ready” to the list of its attributes.
Here’s another perk to add to the list: This townhouse is situated at the end of a dead-end drive, and the back deck faces away from the other units and toward the woods, creating a sense of privacy.
There’s a lot to enjoy in this neck of the Upstater woods. Head west and catch a concert or explore the Woodstock museum at Bethel Woods, or go even further to the Delaware River for kayaking, fishing, and swimming holes. Head east into Ulster County and the Shawangunk Ridge for hiking, bird-watching, and soaking in some of the most beautiful views on the east coast. Head even further east for about an hour, and you’ll hit the Hudson River. Not bad for $93K.
Find out more about this Woodridge townhouse here.
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