Every effort has been made to create an environment in which to relax and enjoy the surrounding 15 acres of nature and peacefulness. The house has three bedrooms and two full baths. An open floor plan between the kitchen, dining room and living room make entertaining easy and enjoyable. A TV room upstairs allows for the separation of conversation and entertaining downstairs. The fully equipped kitchen has everything you need to cook any gourmet feast.The wrap around deck features spectacular views in every direction, a new Weber gas grill, and an outdoor table are there for an incredible candle-lit evening to dine alfresco.
The upstairs bathroom includes an extra large, beautifully stone-tiled shower, with premium fixtures and an overhead skylight for a truly luxurious experience. The downstairs bathroom has a deep claw-foot tub for a nice long soothing soak. Full size beds come with European down feather beds for extra comfort to ensure a good night's rest. Queen is a Posturpedic pillow top.
The 15 acre property includes natural meadows and woods with extra wide walking paths that meander throughout the property allowing for a leisurely evening stroll or a great place for kids to play hide-n-seek or chase for hours on end. In addition, there is a regulation size croquet field great for any outdoors games, including a natural stone patio and plenty of Adirondack chairs for lounging and relaxing. The grounds have been professionally landscaped and are maintained to provide a natural habitat for native plants and wildlife. The setting is very private, extremely quiet and located on a dead-end road. The few neighboring houses can not to be seen.
High-speed Wireless Internet with cable and DVD player. iPod cable attached to stereo.
In-house, full service catered meals available. The meals are homemade with fresh local ingredients and delivered, served and cleaned up after or a simple drop-off if preferred. Menu available upon request.
Local attractions with a few miles:
Roxbury is the birthplace and the home of naturalist John Burroughs.and Jay Gould, the Railroad financier. Architecture fans will love seeing the array of beautiful homes of the late 19th century.
Woodchuck Lodge is a registered National Historic Landmark. From 1910 to 1921, it was the summer home of John Burroughs, America’s most prominent and adored naturalist-essayist. 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road, Roxbury, NY 12474. http://woodchucklodge.org/
Horseback Trail Riding and Lessons: Stone Tavern Farm. (607) 326-3600 for rates and directions.
Delaware and Ulster Railroad: Hop aboard this Scenic Train Ride and unwind during a leisurely-paced excursion through the legendary Catskill Mountains, offering some of the country’s most magnificent scenery. Trains embark on a round-trip between Arkville and Roxbury. http://durr.org/
Cassie’s Cafe. (607) 326-7020. Open for breakfast and lunch only. Closed Wednesday. Cassie specializes in very good homemade food with a health-conscious eye.
Kayaking and Canoeing on Lake Wawaka. Susan’s Pleasant Pheasant Farm. Call (607) 326-4266 for rates and hours.
Quarltere’s Garden Center, Route 30, about a mile north of the Round Barn. A good selection of ornamental and vegetable plants.
Pakatakan Farmer’s Market: Otherwise known as The Round Barn Farmer’s Market, mid-May to mid-October. Opens at 9am, go early for the best selection of great organic produce, Bread Alone breads, organic meats and cheeses, etc., plus many handmade crafts.
HANAH Mountain Resort & Country Club: Golf Digest gave the Hanah golf course a three and half star rating and nicknamed it “The Terminator” due to the many water hazards and is ranked among the top 17 of over 700 golf courses in the Northeast. The clubhouse has a 200-seat fine dining restaurant overlooking the course with views of the mountains.