For just $839K, this 1730 stone house sits on 4 acres upstate and has two guest suites

For just $839K, this 1730 stone house sits on 4 acres upstate and has two guest suites

March 3, 2020

Listing photos courtesy of Morton Adams Photography

Two hours north of New York City, right near hip New Paltz and the Mohonk Preserve, $839,000 will get you a meticulously preserved and restored farmhouse built in 1730 (h/t CIRCA). Not only that, but it sits on 3.9 acres and comes complete with a lower-level guest suite (which has been serving the current owners with Airbnb rental income) and a detached guest cottage.

The current owners “sensitively restored and meticulously maintained” the home. Throughout, you’ll find exposed stone walls, wood-beamed ceilings, decorative fireplaces, and original wide-board floors.

The main house has an entry foyer, dining room, living room, den, eat-in kitchen (with room for two dining tables and an old wood-burning stove), a heated sunroom that opens to a covered porch, and three upstairs bedrooms. A staircase from the den leads to the former servant’s quarters that could be used as an additional bedroom or office.

A separate entrance leads to the super-cozy lower-level guest suite, which has its own kitchen and full bath, as well as two decorative fireplaces, one of which has been transformed into a Pinterest-perfect seating nook (we can see why this has been a hit on Airbnb!).

The two-story guest cottage has one bedroom, a full bathroom, and a kitchen. By the looks of it, this would also do really well as a rental property.

Outside, you’ll find a small orchard, a recently built cabana with an outdoor shower, “and plenty of room to add a pool.” If that wasn’t enough, there’s another 2.1-acre property with a restored barn across the road available.

[Listing: 2233 & 2235 Lucas Turnpike by Jeff Serouya of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties]

Listing photos courtesy of Morton Adams Photography

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