This century-old Adirondack-style log cabin can be your upstate retreat for $920K
Listing photos by Bob Levy Photography>
Less than an hour north of Manhattan, you can own your own “Adirondack-style” lodge for just $920,000. And this is not a little cabin; the log house is nearly 3,000 square feet and sits on one-and-a-half acres. Located in the lovely town of Chappaqua, the property is full of woodsy charm, including antique heart pine floors, soaring beamed ceilings, a stone fireplace, and, of course, loads of log walls.
The home was built in 1925 but has been beautifully updated and expanded. You’re immediately greeted by the surrounding woodlands and lush landscaping. A fence leads to the backyard and patio, which has a fountain, waterfall, and tons of beautiful gardens.
There’s also a detached two-car garage.
Upon entering, a modern foyer leads to the magnificent living/dining room, where all the home’s original charm is on display. A whole row of skylights keep the space bright.
The kitchen is off the living room and has even more skylights, as well as modern cabinetry, an old brick stove, and a sloped beadboard ceiling.
A super-sunny family room in the addition is surrounded by windows.
A home office, bonus room with a loft, and mudroom round out the first floor.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom has a walk-in closet and a luxurious en-suite bathroom.
In total, the house is $2,875 square feet and has two bedrooms (though the bonus room is easily a third), three full bathrooms, and one half bath.
Listing photos by Bob Levy Photography