This property offers the choice of a fabulous 4 bedroom house that sleeps up to 12, plus for larger groups an optional private, one bedroom guest house down the hill that sleeps 4. Both properties can accommodate a total of 16 people.
This Woodstock Handmade House was featured on Fine Living TV and on the back cover of the book, Woodstock's Famous Handmade Houses. The spacious three-story, southwestern inspired house has beautiful wood-beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, a Spanish-style wood burning fireplace which all combine to give it a tranquil and comfortable feeling that will have you coming back time and time again! The house is located on a secluded road, in the Byrdcliffe area of Woodstock minutes from the center of town. The property comprises of a master bedroom, three guest bedrooms, three full bathrooms (the master bath a has two-person Jacuzzi and skylight), a living room and dining area, a well stocked kitchen with glass tile and stainless steel appliances, a sun deck with outdoor dining area. A large family room and a second service kitchen, with easy access to the grilling area, are located on the garden level, which leads out onto the blue stone patio, where you can relax with a soak in the spa hot tub, whilst overlooking two private wooded acres.
Layout of main house: Garden level - family room, service kitchen, 1 queen bedroom, 1 full bath, hot tub, blue slate patio Main level - living room, dining area, kitchen, sun deck, 2 queen bedrooms, 1 full bath, laundry
Upper level - master suite with queen bed, en-suite bathroom and Jacuzzi bath
Layout of guest house (located down the hill from the house, very private): Spacious 1,000 sq ft cabin comprises of 1 private queen bedroom, open living and dining area, kitchen, bathroom. Queen size futon in living room.
Activities and Attractions: Located just 2 hours north of New York City and easily accessible from the north this is an ideal year round location for families or individuals looking to reconnect with nature. Woodstock and the environs offer incredible hiking, biking, rock climbing, swimming in natural spring-fed pools, kayaking and in the winter months, skiing at nearby Hunter, Belleayre and Windham Mountains. If you want culture there is plenty of it, including: the Woodstock Film Festival, Arts & Crafts Festivals, art galleries and antique shops. Not to mention, the fall foliage is spectacular! The quaint Village of Saugerties is a few minutes down the road. It’s known for its easy access to the Hudson River for boating and sailing and is home to H.I.T.S., a major equestrian center. Saugerties hosts many festivals and events such as the Garlic Festival and the Pro Musica Concerts.
I've enjoyed a diversified life with careers in Environmental science (which I studied), entertainment, real estate and design. I live in New York but grew up in Canada and Bermuda, two wildly different climes! When it comes to property I tend to prefer the extremes....extreme country, or extreme city, and that's one of the things I love about Woodstock. It's less than two hours from New York City, but it's a million miles away with respect to it's ambiance, culture and attitude. Woodstock is a fabulous combination of getting away from it all while still having plenty to do.
It is a well built classic Woodstock home with amazing woodwork, great angles, and many interesting details. I fell in love with it the moment I walked through the door! It's very private and set back in the woods, but it's minutes to the center of town. Stained glass windows everywhere. It's the perfect mountain home and I love to escape there whenever I can...and I love to see others create wonderful memories there as well!
As one of the oldest arts colonies and one of the most culturally rich small towns in America, Woodstock is also situated in one of the most protected and dramatic wildlife areas in the Northeast. No matter what you seek: culinary excellence, culture, summer concerts, adventure, hiking at its best!!! It all awaits you right here.
Our home is just a few minutes away from all the amenities and attractions of downtown Woodstock but secluded enough to truly feel like you are in your own private retreat. Check out our comprehensive blog on things to do in the area: http://www.barkerhudson.com/blog.html
This is a year round paradise!
In summer enjoy water tubing or fly fishing on the Esopus, canoeing and Kayaking on the Hudson River, horseback riding, rock climbing, tennis, golf and bike around a beautiful reservoir. We offer lists and directions to all of Woodstock's swimming holes. Visit the largest traditional Tibetan Monastery in the US!
The fall is absolutely gorgeous, and the Woodstock Film Festival always attracts a crowd. this is also a great time to enjoy apple picking.
The winter offers plenty...Hunter Mountain is a skiers' paradise. Or, ski Bellayre, Windham Mountain or Plattekill. There's great sledding right in town on the aptly named Sled Hill. The iconic Town of Woodstock comes alive with lights over the holidays and is very picturesque.
The areas beautiful lakes, mountains, rivers, restaurants, shopping and cultural scene provide plenty to do whatever time of the year you visit, but you may just want to stay at your beautiful rental home and relax by the fire or in the hot tub!