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This cozy cape, set on over 13 acres of mildly rising land, offers exceptional big sky views in all directions, a stunning infinity pond, updated interior features, and expansive deck and covered porch spaces to enjoy the western Catskills vistas. Whether you are looking for a primary residence, a tranquil secondary home, or an income property, the jaw-dropping setting of this property will feel like the perfect choice.
The 1990 modular cape style home, set on a poured concrete foundation and located a good distance back from the road, has a front entry deck, a covered side porch overlooking the pond, and a spacious back deck for relaxation and entertainment. The first floor presents an entry nook with laundry area, charming kitchen space replete with stainless steel appliances and informal eating area, a dining room with slider doors out to the back deck, and an inviting and open living room area. The two first floor bedrooms provide easy single floor living, have been recently remodeled, and also feature updated en-suite bathroom spaces.
The upstairs portion of the home is a blank canvas for your vision. The three spacious rooms are unfinished but only need flooring and personal flourishes. A main landing room at the top of the stairs could be an additional socialization space, with the built-in entertainment alcove. Flanking that room are two potential bedroom/office/workshop spaces, each imbued with natural light and character.
The tranquility of the setting extends to the pond area, where the views are endless, the dock implores you to enjoy relaxation and recreation, and there is even a utility hook-up for recreational vehicles or an accessory unit. In addition, the southern 5 acre parcel has its own roughed in farm entry and a separate drilled well, which makes this ideal for those who might wish to construct an additional cottage, accessory dwelling unit, studio, or workshop. If you desire a little more land to explore, multiple parcels of public access NYC DEP land are just steps away.
Located just minutes to Stamford and Hobart on a town maintained road, nearby recreational opportunities include Relay State Forest, Mount Utsayantha, Plattekill Mountain, and Mine Kill State Park. The drive is just 2:45 to the GWB, and there are multitudes of small towns to explore with thriving boutique shops, eateries, and events.