Stunning 26-acre compound with 2 move-in ready guest cottages, expansive frontage on the Shawangunk Kill, in-ground pool, pond, and views of the Gunks and Mohonk Tower. The main house – a light flooded, spacious 1860’s eyebrow colonial, features beautiful & intricate details, open and cozy spaces, high ceilings, a painting studio, sleeping for ten, and 3 bathrooms. Enjoy inspiring views of the sunrise from the picture window in the kitchen on one side of the house, sunsets over the Gunks and a horse farm on the other, and unobstructed skies for stargazing and daydreaming. The home was lovingly renovated over two decades by the owner, a former interior decorator who brought a creative eye for unique design whilst highlighting the original features like wide board floors, exposed ceiling joists and beams, plaster walls, and more. The main bathroom is a stunning work of art that includes a copper bathtub and carved marble sinks. Beauty, comfort and functionality are intertwined in an aesthetically pleasing way throughout all the buildings, inviting the new owner to enjoy from day one. Two guest cottages provide ample rental income or can serve as guest/family spaces. Cottage B (across a small bridge over a meandering brook) has 2 adorable bedrooms and features an authentic (and stunning) hand-hewn post and beam design, radiant heat in the polished concrete floor, an open floor plan, wood stove, a clawfoot bathtub and views of the gardens and Ridge. Cottage A, closer to the house, is a perfect 1-bedroom space: inviting, light-filled, cozy, and so practical. Then there is the land. The land! A path leads along the brook and through the fertile, organic, and wide open meadow to the eastern border. There the Shawangunk Kill River invites you to swim, canoe, and take a rest at its private small beach area with epic views of the mountains and Mohonk’s famed tower (that is also visible from the home). On your way back to the houses, you will walk under wide open skies, through an expansive field lush enough to dream in, or farm if you feel the call, while the Shawangunk Ridge remains in your sight at all times. The small barn, raised garden beds, paddock, fruit trees, and well-established flower gardens offer a beautiful template for the quintessential Hudson Valley farm life experience.
Updated on January 5, 2023 at 1:47 pm