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SUN-SUFFUSED Circa 1850 farmhouse with vintage details and 9' ceilings on a quiet, town-maintained road that offers public access to the Delaware River and is known for its charming covered bridge. Situated on 42 mostly open, rolling acres on both sides of road. Idyllic setting. Southern-facing, distant mountain views that are stunning and inspiring. One-acre pond and year-round stream. 2 hr 20 min from GWB. Minutes to Pepacton Reservoir, abuts Andes and Delhi, 30 minutes to Roscoe, 40 to Livingston Manor.
An expansive living room flows gracefully into the dining room, family room with closet and bath, and a back porch. The upstairs windowed hallway leads to 5 bedrooms, a rustic bathroom, and a walk-in closet. This farmhouse offers an unusual amount of closet space.
Reflections of sunlight illuminate the house. Equally bright inside and out. The house is spacious and solid, yet cozy and homey. Impressive expanse of land. The buyer could partition the property if not so much land is needed, such as selling the land across from the house side of the property or part thereof, maintaining privacy directly across from the house. Meadows on both side of the road are ideally posed as building sites.
The front-facing kitchen contains an antique Glenwood wood burning stove. Room adjoining kitchen is usable as breakfast nook, office or laundry room and has separate entry. Front porch glass-enclosed entry is usable as a greenhouse.
Oil-fired hot air heating system. Thermopride furnace with lifetime warranty on heat exchanger. NYC DEP designed septic. Architectural singles. 270' deep drilled well. 200 amp electrical service. High speed internet. Total taxes of $3,835 without Star exemption. Less expensive of two electric providers in the area.
Just a few minutes drive to Hamden General Store and Hamden Inn/Restaurant, or enjoy Russell's Store or Brushland Eating House both in Bovina Center.