An intriguing part of Catskill Mountain history comes wrapped up in this updated Woodstock farmhouse situated right in the middle of town.
However, this c.1901 eyebrow Colonial didn’t always take up such prime real estate in the village of Woodstock, NY. Once upon a time, it sat in the original town of Ashokan in Ulster County. When the town was flooded to create the Ashokan Reservoir in 1912, the owners did what any good preservationist would do: They moved the entire house a few miles down the road. Kudos to their determination to keep this little house in-tact.
In spite being a transplant, this home fits in perfectly with historic Woodstock and its other homes and buildings, and offers a big front porch to welcome you home. Inside, the 1,400-square-foot interior has been well-maintained with original plank flooring and restored period built-ins. A living room wood stove insert in the brick fireplace means cozy times during the winter…
…and the kitchen has been completely modernized with stainless steel appliances, new counter tops, and light fixtures. Rounding out the first floor is a full bath, laundry room, and den.
Up on the second floor are the home’s three bedrooms, along with a second full bath…
…and the nearly half-acre lot includes access to a nearby stream via a tunnel under a bridge. So? Are you completely enchanted yet?
If you’re in the market for a Woodstock-based home, stick with Upstater this week as we explore the real estate offerings in one of the most popular towns in the Catskill Mountains.
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