Discover a mix of modernity and history in this re-imagined barn built in the 1870s. The home features original architectural beams and exposed brick, a cozy fireplace, a back porch, wood finishes, a vibrant use of color, and a BBQ.
“Zack’s Woodstock cabin was the perfect upstate retreat. The house had everything we needed for a relaxing, socially distanced stay. All of the rooms are tastefully decorated with every amenity you might need. I especially appreciated the historical artwork and memorabilia. The kitchen was well-stocked. The fireplace was amazing to have, especially since we had cooler weather during our visit. The yoga room is great. Our dog loved the screened-in porch and leashed zipline in the backyard.”
Acclaimed painter Reginald Marsh's family estate is known to be unique for Woodstock with its ball shaped junipers, a pond that brackets the house, expansive lawns, a gathering of birches and 100 year old cone shaped cedar trees. Today the 800sft architect-renovated former carriage house of the estate is an updated space decorated in a warm mid-century featured as Freshgrub unique property, and most recently at Icon Design Magazine. The Carriage House comes with views to the stream and a private swim hole with waterfall, outdoor dining with charcoal grill and multiple outdoor lounge areas.
“We spent a month at Nin's beautiful cottage to kick off summer, and I've never been more sad to head home. The home is on a naturally beautiful (and immaculately kept) property, with acres of established trees and gardens, a fresh flowing stream you can submerge in, and an abundance of local wildlife making themselves visible at all times of the day. We loved cooking inside and out every day, using the log stove, and spending hours just sit/lounging outside admiring the beautiful setting. Honestly, if you're looking for somewhere to really be among pure nature - while being totally comfortable doing it - this is the place. It should also be mentioned that Nin and her wonderful family make the stay even more welcoming. We cannot wait to return with our daughter, who learned how to run and climb while we were there :)”
Built over 100 years ago as a chicken hatchery, this gorgeous little gem has been fully restored as a two-story guest cottage. Located in New Paltz just minutes off Exit 18 on I-87 in a very private, quiet, country setting. Only ten minutes from New Paltz Village & SUNY New Paltz and set back on a lightly traveled road for those long summer strolls. You don't even need a car to get here! It's just 12 minutes by taxi from the New Paltz Bus Station or bring your bike up and cycle everywhere!
“The cottage is perfect if you’re looking for a little R&R. It’s secluded enough to have peace and quiet but a short trip into New Paltz if you want to grab a bite to eat. My husband and I are about to have our third child so we spent most of the time lounging in bed watching TV and relaxing on the cute porch. If we ever get the opportunity to have a kid free weekend, we would def stay here again!”