You Need to See Inside This Contemporary Farmhouse for Sale in New York
Though living in the Northeast usually means slushy sidewalks and powdery fields this time of year, I’ve seen nary a snowflake this winter. As Kim Kardashian would probably say to Mother Nature: It seems like nobody wants to snow these days! So seeing the snow-covered photos of this home in small-town New York was a balm for my soul. And the bright white exterior matches its snowy surroundings perfectly — which makes heading inside even cozier.
- Address: 48 Goetz Rd, East Chatham, New York
- Price: $695,000
- Size: 1,680 square feet
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
Neutral tones rule the interior, making it feel like a calming hug. Though it may look like a classic Colonial farmhouse, it was actually built in 2001, which means you don’t have to fret over 100-year-old home concerns. Look at the modern kitchen for instance: Rust-and-white geometric tiles adorn the floor, while a wine fridge is cleverly built into the island, and Farrow & Ball paint washes the cabinets in a warm gray. The dining room takes on a moodier, but just as serene vibe, with deep teal walls, hardwood floors, and a contemporary light fixture.
And as lovely as the soaking tub upstairs may be, the real peak for any winter lover will be the location: It’s a quick drive across the Massachusetts border to land in Berkshires, where you can ski to your heart’s content.
This home is listed for $695,000 by Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, Annabel Taylor.
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