1700s Stone House In Esopus New York

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1700s Stone House In Esopus New York

1700s Stone House In Esopus New York

$895,000

SOLD

89 Church Hill Rd, Esopus, New York, 12561

4 beds ¦ 2 baths ¦ 2,960 sqft ¦ 2.15 acres

Stone House, Colonial

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Realtor Information:

Jeff Serouya ¦ Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties ¦ (845) 687-0232


About This 1700s Stone House In Esopus New York

Perched high above the banks of the Walkill River, this L-shaped three-story stone home and separate studio are believed to have started life in the 1700s as a tavern and general store. Meticulously restored by the current owners, the multi-level home retains every bit of historic detail and charm while carefully obscuring modern systems and amenities.

Wide-board floors, deep window wells, Dutch doors, built-ins, brick fireplaces, exposed stone walls and interesting spaces await the buyer who’s looking for a property that’s beyond the ordinary. The stone studio building easily functions as a guesthouse, as it has a bedroom and full bath on the lower level, while the main level is wide open with beamed vaulted ceilings and an additional lofted workspace above.

The sophisticated landscaping lends itself to easy maintenance, and there are various outdoor spaces for relaxation and entertaining, including an old stone ruin that’s a great spot for a dinner party. There’s half an acre across the road with river frontage, a great place to put a kayak or canoe in the water. The property is centrally located a few miles north of New Paltz and an easy drive to Kingston, Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge.

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8 Comments

  1. I have mixed feelings about this place. I love the stone and shutters, and the simplicity of the inside woodwork and fireplaces. Usually I like having a guest house but this time it seems disjointed to me. I definitely don’t like the proximity of the road. I think the road makes it hard to determine the front from the back of the house.

    • I love this house! I especially love the functional shutters and wish I could find them in this day and age…

  2. Its a lot of house….and without that exquisite collection of antique artifacts, I just cant see anything even remotely fitting in there.

  3. Something sort of sinister about a lot of the pictures. Maybe just they way they were photographed? I hope the house doesn’t carry that vibe. I should be beautiful. Right up my alley.

  4. This is a great house with so much character. I love these homes from afar.. the reality of upkeep, utility bills, taxes, maintenance, overall cost to keep it “running” – and so much furniture you’d need to fill it.. keeps me just living vicariously thru the photos. Sadly so many of these beautiful worthy estates become “unsellable” – and fall unattended and unloved.

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