Wurtsboro Villa Rental Photos and Description
Master Bdrm, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bath In The Hudson Valley Mountains
Unique 800 square foot master bedroom is a creative open floor plan. Wake up and look out wall glass sliders onto the side of the mountain with a small creek running down the mountain when it rains. Shower in a free standing shower enclosed by transparent panels of birch twigs. Or bath in a free standing tub as you look out to the wooded area and creek below.
Double sided fireplace as warmth to both the kitchen and the 'ballroom' the main waiting area of the original station. Walk out onto the brick patio and enjoy a meal outside with Tiki torches and barbecue under the starry skies. The upstairs has two areas. On the end of the house is the master bedroom suite and the other end has 3 bedrooms, where the train master originally lived with his family. One bedroom has a secret door entrance, as requested by our children when we renovated the station.
Walk to park with swimming pool, tennis court, playground, basketball court, soccer, baseball field and minature golf.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Events Allowed
My husband and I grew up in the Boston area and moved to the city to attend Cooper Union. I also attended Pratt Institute.
We have had our small interior design contracting company for 30 years and have three adult children two of which are married.
My husband and I had wonderful family holidays here. We are now enjoying a change of season with our children older and looking to spend our vacations in other peoples unique homes.
When do you get to live in a creative, professionally designed space let alone a train station? You can stay in the comfort of this home which is entertaining in itself or venture out for a diverse selection of activities for all ages.
This home was an abandon concrete shell of history. It was our vision of it's potential that captivated us. There was the mission style parapet wall front facade, 8' thick concrete walls and the four archways openings to the waiting room that travelers would pass through as they bought their tickets and jumped aboard the next train. The train loaded with NYC passengers looking to relax in the cool upstate mountains in the summer or head to the city for the day.