Feed your creative furnace by residing in this Woodstock Craftsman home, situated in the midst of the original Byrdcliffe artists’ colony.
Built in 1924 during the waning years of the Byrdcliffe art colony, this sprawling Arts-and-Crafts home is classic Woodstock…and, no, we don’t mean in a “tie-dye-hippie-vibe-confused-with-the-site-of-the-actual-festival-which-was-miles-away” kind of way. We mean in a “would-be-art-and-maker-utopia” kind of way. The listing boasts that the 2,775-square-foot residence continues to host artists and creators – along with a detached guest house on the 1.85-acre property – to this very day…and you could be its next owner.
Part Starburst-colored fairytale cottage and part Catskills retreat, the main house includes an open main living room with cathedral ceilings and skylights up top, hardwood floors down below.
The formal dining room/kitchen is spacious enough to host a big family or casual gathering (once it’s safe to do so again)…
…and, even without the 900-square-foot guest cottage on the property, there are still enough places for guests and family to sleep in the home’s four bedrooms. As for the master suite with two walk-in closets, private bath, and private balcony? That’s all yours.
The nearly-two-acre property is covered in lush landscaping, stone patios, walkways, and sunlight-dappling trees. Restore the in-ground pool and pool house to make this the ultimate country estate. For a glimpse of the guest cottage’s interior, go here.
While its grounds might make you feel like you’re far away from it all, the location is just a short drive/long stroll to the center of historic Woodstock village in Ulster County, NY.
Ready to take over the care of this singular Woodstock Craftsman and guest cottage? Find out more about 7 Wiley Lane, Woodstock, NY from Halter Associates Realty.