Last house on a dead end road. Super safe for families with young children. 3.5 acres, half woods half lawn. 4 bedrooms all located on second floor with a full bathroom. 2 bedrooms have full sized beds, one has a twin, and one has a twin loft with full mattress below that sleeps 2 more. There is no heat in the bedrooms and upstairs bathroom. This is a real farmhouse. We love sleeping in the cool air under our duvets and flannel sheets. The living and dining room are open and welcoming with a toy room off to the side in a beautiful sun drenched room. The living room has a TV and DVD player; great for those rainy or wintry days. Nice sized kitchen with a beautiful cherry red 1940's stove and enamel kitchen table. Another beautiful sunroom next to the kitchen, which is used to put shoes, outerwear, etc and is separated by a beautiful set of French Doors. The sunroom leads to the beautiful rocking chair porch where you can sit and watch the leaves on the trees gently blow in the breeze. The yard has a beautiful old maple tree that provides ample shade, and further out is a wonderful playing area/soccer/croquet field with a barbecue pit and dining table. A gentle breeze will lull you to sleep on our hammock which looks out into the wooded area. We have a trampoline and zip-line for all of your adventurousness. You may walk to the quaint town of jeffersonville, where you may browse the shops, eat at a lovely Brazilian restaurant, Samba, a diner, pizzeria, grocery store, post office, and library. We are unplugged and off the grid, so no internet. You can go to the library for that or use your smartphone for emails, which work pretty quickly. 15 minutes drive will get you to the super cute village of Callicoon, where there's a youth center and provides swimming lessons July and August and a youth camp where kids can make arts and crafts, take classes in Zumba and yoga and more. Check out the Delaware youth center for more info. In Callicoon you can rent kayaks, canoes, or tubes and go down the Delaware river. It's one of our favorite activities! Park your car at the gas station where you rent the kayaks, etc., bring a picnic, and take a nice long ride down the river. You can pull over and have your picnic. Approximately 4 hours of boating will get you to Skinner's Falls, where they will bus you back up to Callicoon to get your car. There's also a really old, beautiful movie theater, nice restaurants, and a farmer's market on Sundays where you may buy fresh, local fruits and vegetables. 15 minutes drive in another direction gets you to Bethel Woods, the former Woodstock site. Lots of concerts in the summer. Narrowsburg is a gorgeous town 30 minutes drive away which offers an incredibly quaint Main st. with coffee shops, restaurants, wine shops, and boutiques to shop in. We have a small but fun sledding hill especially nice for young kids. If you're in need of a long hill to go sledding, Lake Superior, offers a long sledding hill which is super fun and about 15 minutes drive away.
4 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom completely secluded. Last house on a dead end road.+ More