This English Tudor carriage house has a newly renovated second story apartment containing a large open loft space suitable for a couple.
There is a beautifully furnished living room with its classic leather couch and over sized chairs invite you to just curl up with a good book and relax. The tastefully designed kitchen-dining area contain a farm table with seating for four. It is well equipped for the gourmet cook in you (or well stocked take-out menus from local restaurants.)
The comfortable bedroom area with its warm earth tones and queen sized bed, with French doors leading to a Juliette balcony compliment this space. The newly designed bathroom with tile floor and stall shower is equipped with plush white cotton towels.
Situated on a 1 acre parcel with a large Tudor home, adjacent views of a horse farm, mountain vistas and a golf course. The carriage house is located in a quiet residential neighborhood on the edge of town. Minutes from the old stockade district of Kingston. Explore its many shops, museums, restaurants, galleries, seasonal farmers market and its lively arts science.
Kingston, the first capital of New York state, offering walking tours of the historic stockade, with its many museums. The downtown strand area with its access to the Hudson River is ideal for exploring Kingston's historical past, its downtown area is a vibrant area for restaurants, cafes, galleries, boat excursions on the river or just relax and people watch.
This area is the perfect home base for exploring the surrounding area featuring, the popular Culinary Institute of America n Hyde Park, Bard College with its famous Performing Arts Center, Sunny New Paltz, Marist and Vassar Colleges.
Rich in history, Ulster County has been enchanting visitors with its picturesque beauty since Dutch explorers arrived in 1616. Bordered by the Hudson River and the renowned Catskill Mountains, Ulster County is home to Woodstock, the Artists Enclave, the Shawangunk Ridge (world famous for the best rock climbing on the East Coast). Also for the equestrians we have hits, horses in the sun, for international horse shows and events.
Keywords: Carriage House
Tony and I purchased Ambleside, the propertys name in 2005 and have restored it back to its full grandure. It was originally built in 1931 as a 12 acre horse farm and still has the stables with the carriage house apartment upstairs. We had to completely renovate it as it was in total despair and now we have a fantastic place where our guests can come for a wonderful getaway.
We were very lucky to acquire Ambleside and it truely was a labor of love to bring it back. Thankfully, almost all of the original details were in tact and being in the design business we new just what to do.
Relax, enjoy, tour the area, it is filled with things to do or stay in the loft, close the door and completely get away from it all!