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2 acres in Ulster County, New York

82 Eagle's Nest Road, Hurley , New York 12443 - Ulster County
$349,000 2 Acres
2 beds 2 Bathrooms 1385 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6089051


Uniquely charming and rustic (in the best sense of the word) Adirondack stone cottage with an additional rental building, featuring a soaring living room and ceiling-length stone fireplace, this home began life as an artist's live-in studio, built by a local stonemason. In low-tax Hurley -- up in the woods but just a few minutes into Kingston and 12 minutes to Woodstock -- the house over the years got additions that created unusual, sometimes pleasantly rambling spaces. Large cook's kitchen features tumbled granite, custom cabinets, and double-oven stove. Downstairs bathroom features an onyx-tiled shower, upstairs a tin bathtub. Floors include oak, maple and birch. Lofts frame either side of the living room which leads to an enclosed bluestone porch warmed by a stove. Rental cottage's most recent under-market rent is $650 monthly on a month-to-month lease (it has gone up just $25 in the last 12 years) or could be an AirBnB moneymaker. Tenant vacates May 1, 2019. (Rental cottage needs renovation and is reflected in the price.) Some furniture is included in the purchase price if buyer so desires. Broker is owner.

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