Property Crush

This 3,785-Square-Foot Upstate NY Home Is Full of Surprises

published Jun 25, 2018
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This property brings the simplicity of Bauhaus and the reverence of a cathedral together under one roof. Sturdy, warm and historical are some of the words that come to mind when it comes to this beautiful New York home.


Things we love about this property crush:

The cathedral ceiling brings instant character and history to the home, even with its modern amenities (that kitchen!). One can’t help but feel like they’ve been transported back in time. This theme continues throughout the home with Italian porcelain tiles and concrete block walls. White-washed pine board and natural woodwork create a neutral color scheme that allows the next owner to implement any interior design plans they may have.

Though the home is sturdy and robust looking, it still manages to maintain a light, airy atmosphere characteristic of a Bauhaus home. This is due in large part to the wide windows and glass-block walls—a feature that is most prominent in the kitchen. In the kitchen, curved walls accentuate the high ceilings and perimeter-set windows allow sunlight to flood in.

Outside, the home stands on nearly three-acres, including an impressive flagstone courtyard. There’s plenty of room to make additions to this already fantastic property.

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