Old Schoolhouse: Cottage with stone fireplace, creek and separate studio in low tax town

Where the Sundown Road meanders alongside the Rondout Creek a few miles outside Grahamsville, sits a sweet log-sided cabin perched partway up a grassy incline, high enough to see the water just across the road. The original portion had once been a one room schoolhouse, but in 1937 it was converted into a residence, with additions built subsequently. The front porch is a great spot for dropping mucky boots, but with the ever-present sound of the creek beckoning, you'll just want to take some time to relax on the bench there and watch it flow by. The front door opens into a spacious living room, with wood floors and stone fireplace. 2 bedrooms and bath are off one side of the living room with the kitchen off the other. There is a separate dining room, separate den, and serviceable kitchen. A gambrel-roofed garage includes 2 car bays below, and a 300 sq ft space above, accessed by a door at the rear. The property is comprised of 3 lots, and there is no other house nearby.

For more information, visit the Old Schoolhouse's web page: www.countryhouserealty.net/old-schoolhouse or contact Country House Realty at 845.985.5116