Callicoon Center NY Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Callicoon Center, NY is $138,000.
the county median home value of $125,100.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Callicoon Center, NY is $138,000.
Approximately 45.94% of Callicoon Center homes are owned,
compared to 17.3% rented, while
36.76% are vacant.
Callicoon Center real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Callicoon Center real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Old world charm in this 1890 farm house sitting proudly above stone walls hosts many turn of the century features. Love, care, and inspiration has ensured this two-story home is beautifully maintained to a modern standard. Bluestone steps lead you up to this cheerful home nestled on 2 acres of mature trees, pathway to a restful hammock and stone terrace lookout to relax with a cool libation or relax on stone patio just off kitchen. Through the red kitchen door reveals ebony hardwood floors throughout, modern SS kitchen, butcher block counters, farm sink, breakfast nook and island. Wood detailed Victorian staircase and room divider columns separating formal dining and living rooms. Three good sized BR upstairs with coffered ceiling master and claw foot tub/shower bath. Bonus walk up full dream attic ready to be transformed into master suite, guest quarters, entertainment space! Incredible barn space can be for work, guests, or commercial venture! Walking distance to Farmhouse Catskills! Just over 2 hrs from NYC!
There's plenty of room to relax and play at this historic farmhouse compound! The bluestone clad main house features four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, skylights and fireplace. Additionally two more full baths, a three season sunroom, eat-in kitchen and spacious living room with blue stone fireplace, and a deck for entertaining round out the space. Also on site is an oversized year-round studio space with electricity, heat and skylights. The two story barn has had foundation work as well as a new roof in 2008 and is ready to be re-imagined. There is a septic system onsite that has never been attached to the outbuildings, but could be. The manicured grounds feature mature apple, pear and cherry trees, fenced in vegetable garden and creek. Solar panels help offset utility costs. A short drive from the new Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant, Jeffersonville, North Branch and Callicoon.
The gravel drive winds along a gently sloping meadow, up to a dramatic barn and a smaller one beside it, and finally to the elegant white facade and imposing stone chimney of the home itself. It was built around 1880 and gut renovated down to the studs in 2015. A great room was added on, virtually seamlessly, combining light and views with natural elements of stone and wood, to create an exceptional homestead of understated elegance in an incredibly scenic, rural setting. A lot of thought went into the redesign of the spaces, including a mud room with bathroom and laundry. Down the hall is the dramatic great room, which lives up to its name. The owners like to entertain, so the open plan configuration was important to them so the cooks can still be part of the fun. The long, custom-made dining table can accommodate a crew but doesn't feel too formal, while soapstone counters, seven inch wide plank oak floors, stone fireplace and hand-hewn beams that accentuate the pleasing structure of the room, reinforce the natural elements theme that reappears throughout the property. A corridor, accented by handmade light fixtures and an exterior door, leads to the original portion of the house (where the original fir or oak floors remain) including the master suite, which was once the home's living room. The spacious room features French doors, a large walk-in closet, and a dreamy bathroom with luxurious soaking tub and modern tiled shower. Upstairs are three guest bedrooms and another beautifully-appointed bathroom with tiled shower. These bedrooms, and in fact every room in the house, are graced with abundant windows, so the bucolic scenery is ever-present. The covered porches that wrap around the entire house really link the house to the surrounding grounds beautifully. They are currently used as popular lounging and an al fresco dining spot, with eye-popping views over sweeping meadows, where the birdsong is plentiful. A stream carrying the waters down from Anawanda Lake runs through the property, and the calming sound is frequently in evidence. The primary barn still has the milking parlor downstairs, while the huge two story upstairs space is begging for a farm to table dinner or a little square dancing! The other barn could serve as a garage, and has an upstairs space that could be finished and used as a studio, rec room or other use. The house and the barns are served by the generator, should there be a power outage. A fenced garden featuring numerous apple trees and raised beds runs along one side of the house, and has running water for easy irrigation. The sophisticated yet easy aesthetic of this property belies the tremendous attention to detail that has gone into the redesign and systems. Functionally, it is a new house. A full list of features and improvements is available upon request, but a brief rundown includes: "¢ New roof, Marvin windows, plumbing, electric "¢ Spray foam insulation "¢ Frost walls under the porches act as support, but also protect the stonework along the perimeter "¢ Spacious kitchen pantry, and the closets in two bedrooms, designed by California Closets "¢ Gutters drain into system that protects the foundation and lead water away from the house "¢ Baseboard heat covers are cast-iron and in keeping with the historic aspect of the house It should be noted that this property enjoys tax benefits from two programs. Please inquire for further details.
Built around 1880 and gut renovated down to the studs in 2015, the great room was added, combining light and views with natural elements of stone and wood. Features: Sub-Zero fridge, La Cornue stove, soapstone counters, seven inch wide oak floors, stone fireplace and hand-hewn beams. The master suite, once the home's living room, features French doors, a large walk-in closet, soaking tub and tiled shower. Upstairs are three guest bedrooms and another beautifully-appointed bathroom with tiled shower. The covered porches that wrap around the entire house offer eye-popping views over sweeping meadows. A stream runs through the property, and the calming sound is frequently in evidence. The primary barn has a huge two story upstairs space begging for a farm to table dinner. The other barn could serve as a garage, and has an upstairs space that could be finished. There is a fenced fruit tree orchard. Functionally, it is a new house with all new systems, insulation, etc.
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