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c. 1840 – Catskill, NY – $649,000

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Added to OHD on 1/16/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/13/19   -   17 Comments
5210 Cauterskill Rd, Catskill, NY 12414

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  • $649,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 full, 2 half Bath
  • 2382 Sq Ft
  • 144.5 Ac.
Historic Cauterskill Creek Farm – a 19th century dairy farm on 145 acres of open rolling fields, farmland & creek with acreage on both sides of the NYS Thruway. The half mile long driveway is bordered by the meandering Kaaterskill Creek (the land consists of three quarter mile of creek frontage) The 1840s barns & farmhouse complex is scenically sited with creek views from every window. The vintage 3 BR house offers a large country kitchen, living room, family room, two small studies and a greenhouse accessed from the living room. The garage, three barn complex and milk house total over 6000 sf. This massive post and beam structure houses the front-end tractor, hogger, hay wagons, mowers and more. All equipment is included. Your own country estate to enjoy farming, hiking, fishing, kayaking and cave exploration through 1100 ft of Jack Packer’s Cave and just minutes to the Village of Catskill.
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David Ludwig, Gary Dimauro Real Estate
(917) 365-1894
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17 Comments on c. 1840 – Catskill, NY – $649,000

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  1. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 239 comments

    This listing could be linked to the dictionary definition of idyllic.

  2. AvatarValarie Edwards Evans says: 1 comments

    I’ll take it!

  3. AvatarGAIL NOERNBERG says: 89 comments


  4. AvatarLaurie W. says: 1602 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1988 Fake Greek Revival!

    If I got to design Paradise, this would be it! There’s an almost seductive spareness to the house’s interior (except the mulberry tub, lol!) and the barn framing should be in a museum, it’s so gorgeous. The property fits all the superlatives I can think of.

    • BethsterBethster says: 801 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1927 Spanish
      NY (house is in VA), NY

      Is “mulberry” a name one of the manufacturers used for that color? I would have just called it lilac or lavender! Whatever it is, I really like it.

  5. Avatarkate cahill says: 48 comments

    I used to live in Catskill- and this makes me want to move back!! Great creek! I have canoed and kayaked it many a time. Listers were smart to show Spring/Summer photos. Winters are cold there, but it is a great area. Lot’s of nature, lots of culture and many terrific restaurants (that all opened after I moved!) Great location. I hope someone does some farm to table production there. Lot’s of opportunity to send good stuff to market. I used to make it to downtown NYC in 2 hrs (but that was a bunch of years (and tickets!) ago!!)

    • AvatarBarbara says: 29 comments

      I was raised in Catskill NY and know the area very well. The village has been in recent renaissance and there are many new restaurants as well as “boutique” shops on Main st. The property taxes are high considering the lack of local amenities as well as the home insurance.Personally I would have concern of being so close to the creek during rainy season. Nonetheless it is a gorgeous setting !

  6. AvatarDeborah W Mann says: 176 comments

    I want it , now!!!

  7. AvatarNancygirl says: 132 comments

    I love this house, barn and beautiful property! I love the change of seasons.

  8. AvatarKaren says: 625 comments

    You guys want this place? Too bad, you can’t have it, because this place is mine! What a charmer! I think I can smell the hay in that barn!
    Everything looks fabulous-it’s so nice to see a house like this that’s been kept up/reno’d. I love the kitchen-it looks like there’s lots of storage. I wish there were more photos, as I’d like to see how much counter space there is. It looks like there’s a fireplace that’s been closed up. I wonder if that can restored.
    As to the outside-this is a great place, as the realtor says, for winter and summer lovers. A very nice place to rent out for crops or hay if you’re not a farmer, and I bet you could make a nice horse or dairy farm here.

  9. AvatarSusielovesotis says: 13 comments

    Gail and Deborah can’t have it I want this house. Love it.

  10. AvatarJulie says: 45 comments

    I love this and the NH house. This looks so peaceful and idyllic. Great place to have Gypsy and Friesian horses which is what I raise. Many places to ride. Beautiful pictures.

  11. AvatarCeylaClaire says: 179 comments

    Oh my, my, my! What a picture! Wonder if any of the land is used for farming. All this picture needs is a large veggie garden and some chickens (maybe a duck or two). Perfection!! Thank you Kelly for posting this!

  12. AvatarDee says: 9 comments

    I moved out of NY because of taxes and politics but for this I’d move back!

  13. AvatarOlive says: 64 comments

    In love.

  14. Avataraugman says: 39 comments

    Wow that is such a beautiful property. Right out of a painting! I wonder if the highway noise gets really loud there at night when it’s cool & damp and sound really travels. But I’ll bet you can hear a pin drop after a foot of snow when no one is on the highway!


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