For $1.8M, a treetop retreat upstate with 24 acres, Scandinavian design, and a ‘party barn’

Posted On Tue, September 8, 2020 By

Posted On Tue, September 8, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

Listing images courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

Less than an hour from the George Washington Bridge in the charming town of Cornwall, New York, is this hidden treetop escape. Situated on 24 gated acres, the property consists of a Scandinavian-inspired wood and stone main house, a resort-style pool with a waterfall, and a separate 1,700-square-foot party barn complete with an indoor basketball court, bar with keg tap, and gym. The home has been listed as a vacation rental on Airbnb for a whopping $1,286 a night, but the entire property is now for sale for $1,850,000, and it can come fully furnished.

Known as Treetops Zen Retreat, the property is tucked away in a secluded area with the feel of a grown-up treehouse.

The outdoor space is truly magical, with a heated saline pool with adjacent hot tub, fire pit, children’s playground, trampoline, and running stream.

Inside, the home feels just as open and airy as the outdoor space. The great room is anchored by a stone fireplace and a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that provide unobstructed western views (perfect for watching the sunset). Soaring beamed ceilings stretch across the entire space, which also features a dining room and kitchen.

Also on the first floor is the master suite, which has an en-suite bathroom with a steam room, as well as a second en-suite bedroom.

A second wing on the first floor wraps around a koi pond and has a large rec room and an artist’s loft bedroom and bathroom.

The second floor has three more bedrooms and two bathrooms.

An outdoor deck is perfect for dining al fresco and taking in the views.

The “party barn” features the same vaulted, beamed ceilings and is currently set up with an indoor basketball court, bar, and billiards space on the first level and a gym on the second floor.

Cornwall is just 50 miles north of New York City on the western edge of the Hudson River. In true Hudson Valley fashion, it has a lovely downtown full of historic storefronts. It’s also home to Storm King Mountain and Storm King Art Center.

[Listing: 20 Nova Drive by Dianne B. Minogue of Houlihan Lawrence]

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