This gorgeous relocated renovation in the Hudson Valley is now on the market.
They say that location is everything, and nowhere is that more true, than in the Hudson Valley of New York. Most people think only of the city at the mention of New York, but just above the metropolitan area lies a huge stretch of beautiful land with rolling hills, rocky mountains, lush forests, and beautiful water views.
Located in the Catskills in Kerhonkson, New York, this 1840s Federal-style home features the best of what the Hudson Valley has to offer, at the perfectly reasonable price of $1.8 million.
The home was originally built in Wappinger Falls, in the 1840s, then carefully moved, reassembled, and renovated in Kerhonkson in 2006.
At over 3,900 square feet, the three bedroom, four bedroom house also features several fireplaces, a formal dining room, lower level media room, two barns, and a large deck with views of a spring-fed pond and the Catskill Mountains. As if that weren’t enough, the home also comes with the original wide-plank floorboards, exposed chestnut beams, and 18 acres of land.
Located at 43 Palenton Road, all it takes is one look at that view to know this home probably won’t stay on the market for long. Even looking at the pictures gives me a sense of zen, so I can’t even imagine how nice it would be to sleep there every night.
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