A mountaintop round house in Woodstock has hit the market for $2.7 million. Located on nearly 400 acres atop the Ticetonyk Mountain, the property at 229 Cold Brook Road offers incredible views from nearly every room. The custom home with cedar shake siding contains four bedrooms, four baths, a wrap-around sundeck and covered porch, and south-facing solar panels.
Just a two-hour drive from New York City, the home’s 391 acres of mountaintop and wildlife make it the perfect “escape property,” as the listing describes. Located within the Catskill Mountains and overlooking the Ashokan Reservoir, the property has a variety of wooded trails, waterfalls, and cliffs surrounding it, all of which change with the seasons.
Due to the shape of the home, the living area boasts an open layout, with views stretching from Overlook Mountain to Mount Tremper. An incredible three-story fireplace made of stone serves as the central post of the home, with a maple staircase wrapping around it, up to the third-floor deck. Angular lines, skylights, and a wall of built-ins bring character to the space.
The kitchen features custom cherry see-through cabinets, granite countertops, and a Viking oven and stovetop. The open floorplan allows for flexible use of the dining area, which boasts plenty of space and access to the deck.
All four bedrooms have their own baths. And the three bedrooms located on the second floor have direct access to the massive sundeck. Also on this floor, a balcony overlooking the living area.
Providing panoramic views, the sundeck and the covered porch on the first level are made of sustainable Ipe hardwood planks with mahogany railings. The home also features south-facing solar panels, a radiant in-floor heating system, and central air conditioning. A two-car garage links to the basement that has plenty of room for extra storage.
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Interiors courtesy of Peter Crosby, exterior house photo by Stephanie VeZolles, aerial drone photos by Julia Jordan and Peter Crosby.