This charming one-story 1800s apartment is the south wing of our 1854 eyebrow colonial. Located in the hamlet of North Chatham, NY, a National Historic District. Situated on a beautiful one-acre property on the banks of the Valatiekill Creek. 10 minutes to the villages of Chatham and Kinderhook, NY. 30 minutes to Hudson, NY and the Berkshires. Great food, cultural venues and hiking nearby. Two-story studio space in adjacent renovated 19th century barn available for events and for use by creative professionals.
Private entry to the cottage is through an enclosed screened porch that serves as a mud room.
Airy light-filled rooms, hardwood floors,.
New kitchen with washer/dryer, gas range, microwave and ice maker; fully-equipped for cooking and eating (coffee, teas, juice, breakfast and pantry items).
Spotless new bathroom with large white cabinet for storing toiletries. Towels, soap, shampoo, conditioner and hair dryer provided. Enjoy a shower or bubble bath in our antique claw foot tub.
Peaceful bedroom with black-out shades, queen-size bed, large closet, full-length mirror, and two large windows with beautiful, private country views. Decorated in soothing tones of blue, green and lavender.
Vintage café table and chairs accommodate three for dining. Eat-in counter seats two. Corner china cabinet.
Flat-screen cable TV, Bose radio, WIFI.
Private, hedge-screened yard with table and chairs for outdoor meals and relaxation with beautiful rural views.
Relax on the beautiful one-acre grounds on the banks of the Valatiekill Creek or walk "upstreet" through the hamlet, taking in the variety and elegance of the 18th and 19th century homes that earned North Chatham a listing on the National Historic Register. Post office and library in the hamlet.
275 square foot, two-story studio space in adjacent renovated 19th century barn with wide plank pine floors and beautiful views AVAILABLE for EVENTS and as STUDIO SPACE for ARTISTS, WRITERS, and other CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS.
Cottage Nature Blog: This week a Crow perched in the Cherry tree eating the ripening cherries as a chipmunk ran up the trunk to get some too. A Carolina Wren sang in the woods at the north side of the property.+ More