This is a sparkling top-to-bottom renovation of the 1757 Vandermark House having been done with great sensitivity, while inviting a flooding of light into the home, rare for a Dutch stone house. If anyone has seen this property previously, they will be amazed at the transformation. The gorgeous new kitchen, vaulted into the previous level above, features exposed beams, marble countertops, a farm sink, high-end appliances and a beautiful slate floor. Additionally, there is a renovated full bathroom with radiant heat on the second floor, a sweet half bath off the kitchen and another full bath in the basement. The original details are still present: deep-set windows, wide board floors, beams, Dutch door and hardware. Once owned by local author Gail Godwin, the Vandermark House boasts an easy flow inside and a perfect Stone Ridge location outside. A bluestone patio and screened porch with a summer-kitchen fireplace overlooks meadow and mountain views. At the moment there is nothing quite like this restored elegance. Enjoy living in old world charm with all the modern updates conveniently located minutes to Stone Ridge and High Falls. A 15 minute drive will take you to bustling historic uptown Kingston, New Paltz, Mohonk Preserve and a bit further to Minnewaska State Park. Enjoy nearby seasonal Apple, pumpkin and berry picking, local Breweries, Wood fired pizza, antique shopping, restaurants and more.
The data relating to real estate on this website comes in part from the IDX of the Multiple Listing Service of Ulster County, Inc. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Flemming Realty are marked with IDX logo and the detailed information about them includes the name of the listing broker.
Copyright © 2020 by the Multiple Listing Service of Ulster County, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.
IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.