1896 – Wurtsboro, NY – $325,000

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126 Park Rd, Wurtsboro, NY 12790

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  • $325,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2377 Sq Ft
  • 0.5 Ac.
Offering the Beauty of Yesteryear and the Amenities of Today---Charming Circa 1890's Two Story Masten Lake Farmhouse. . Endless Possibilities for this Lovely Home. Move in Ready- All newly renovated-. Interior Features Include 3 Bedrooms, Office/4th Bedroom, 2 Full Bathrooms, Kitchen with Granite Countertops and Stainless Steel Appliances,Oversized grand living room with Stone Fireplace, Hardwood floors Throughout. Many Original Details have been Preserved, Unique Woodwork and Wainscoting Throughout. Enclosed Sun Porch, Classic Wrap Around- Must see this great home-- -Waiting for your personal touch.House outside will be totally repainted by May1. Porch and Circular Driveway with large yard with nearby lake and beach. Community has plenty to offer. Lake rights yearly $550. Call Today to Schedule a Showing.
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Gail Rachlin, Keller Williams Hudson Valley United
(845) 610-6065
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10 Comments on 1896 – Wurtsboro, NY – $325,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12519 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Just a note, the home isn’t directly on the water nor are those (what are those?) buildings in the backyard. The agent is just showing what is nearby.

    +4
  2. JBirdJBird says: 43 comments

    Thank you Kelly- I wondered how they connected to the home. It looks like quite a lovely place. The home looks very nice. A great place to relax on a hot summer day. Theyโ€™ve done a lot of work on it.Especially for a big family reunion.

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  3. Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 792 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The numerous windows are certainly a delight, and it’s always fun to know that there is a lake out there somewhere. Those buildings look like lodgings for workers on a job site.

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  4. Matt ZMatt Z says: 111 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1893 Shingle Style
    Mamakating Park, NY

    To answer everyone’s question about the “cabins” by the lake, those are actually our storage cabanas. There are 20 or so homes that belong to our beach association and each house gets a storage cabana. We keep our kayaks, lifejackets, beach chairs, etc inside. The house is a short walk to the lake, where we have a beach area, picnic tables, and a dock. I live 2 doors down from this house FYI.

    +6
  5. Matt ZMatt Z says: 111 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1893 Shingle Style
    Mamakating Park, NY

    A little history of the area, originally our community was part of the Mamakating Park Inn. A large Victorian era hotel/resort. In addition to the main house, there was also a planned community of smaller cottages laid out in a similar design to other Catskill private communities like Elka Park and Twilight Park. Eventually the hotel was abandoned and eventually lost to fire. However many of the cottages still remain and are now part of the Mamakating Park historic district.

    Here is a postcard of the Inn
    https://viviana-mackade.blog/2020/07/08/weekly-at-vivis-with-ruth-a-casie-hot-time-summer-out-of-the-city-historical-romance/

    +4
  6. DoreenDoreen says: 284 comments
    1907 "Classic" Victorian
    Youngstown, OH

    You can always use the “aerial” view to see how far the home is from the lake. The cabanas are such a great idea! Who wants to be hauling that stuff to and fro?

    Lovely home, and I love the fact that they’ve done just the right amount of updating. Wondering what that thing is in the middle of the room in that one photo? #19–the one right after the photo of the bathroom? Any ideas?

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  7. LSWhitneyLSWhitney says: 45 comments
    Exeter, RI

    Glorious! Looks like a summer cottage from the turn of the 20th century. Our family owned one. The woodwork, even the stain is exactly like ours. Is the place winterized do you think? I could live here, happily.๐Ÿ’“

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  8. Those lake pictures are so spooky! I think the house looks so much newer than it is, probably because it’s in such good condition. Great location methinks.

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