OMG, I Want That House: Tivoli, NY
Remember the good days long ago in 2021 when there was a bright spot where it seemed the world could be returning to normal? Well, those dreams were wiped out by Omicron. The upside is, if you’ve been trying to miss the real estate craze of the past two years, now is still the perfect time to secure a new end of the day getaway. The Barn in Tivoli is a paradise worth nearly 1.9 million USD fits that description perfectly: 3,300 square feet of living space, 4.5 acres to vent your frustrations when you’re out and about, access to a creek and woodland, and an unassuming rural location too far from the village center.
The Hudson River valley is known for its quaint, which is the main house vibe on this estate. The structure was originally built in the late 1800s as a barn, but has since been renovated to become a charming, rustic modern home with all the luxury amenities that have denied the herd occupants. its former horse.
The apartment has four bedrooms, plenty of space for your family. Even better news, these rooms are on two buildings — the main house in the converted barn and a more modern cottage. We strongly believe this setup should be mandatory for all new properties — enough space for the isolation bubble but with a layout that allows the crew to spread out as much time as needed.
The property has four bathrooms, but we’re sure it’s the perfect spot for our weekly cozy soaks. It’s not an activity you engage in to avoid your family if it can be classified as self-care, is it?
The living area in the main house features a Vermont Castings wood stove that pairs perfectly with the wood back panel. Now, keeping the jungle full and your living room fire burning is up to the collective (sporting or financial – we don’t measure) muscle groups on your team.
While the kitchen may have an authentic, rustic feel, rest assured that it is equipped with all the best culinary accessories.
The newest owner will benefit from the current dream team. The home is being sold by a duo perfectly positioned to do recent renovations: one is an artist, the other is a designer and builder. The biggest result of their cooperation is right here. OK. Barn at Tivoli is tied to what we hope is their work creating a healthy, happy and long life together.
While this view may make you think you’ve traveled back in time to an earlier, more difficult period, rest assured that you won’t need to put warming bricks on the bottom of your bed to keep it warm. warm on a cold winter night.
This property is a haven for all fresh air lovers (aka everyone). There are a number of different seating areas equipped with fire pits, which keep the outdoor barns functional even during the colder months. There is also an outdoor shower and a dedicated backyard for dog sessions overlooking Stoney Creek.
Welcome to a more modern cottage that still feels like one piece with the main attraction of the property even though it has less wood on the walls. Nothing says a country hideaway in 2022 like an antique wood stove paired with a giant flat screen.
The house is located in Tivoli, a small village in the Hudson River Valley. While the hotel gives you an “out of it all” feeling, it is minutes from all the village amenities and just a little further from some of the best towns in the area, including Hudson and Rhinebeck.
This light-filled little house is exactly what we would envision in a place that qualifies as “a village”, which always fills us with images of animated wildlife and characters. fun Disney animals.
This cottage has a history of its own. It was built circa 1972 and has two bedrooms as well as separate living areas. It also has the very modern amenities of a gym and an office, all of which are better for you to have the best of your working life from home.
Now this is what we call a skylight! While the other tub offers more of a cozy bubble bath feel, this one has the added bonus of allowing you to feel hungry while soaking after dark.
Some properties are outdoor forgers, creating the illusion of a rustic feel while being just steps away from neighbors and the modern world. Rest assured that this asset is a real deal. The more than 4 acres are home to a thriving kitchen garden, a forest with over 20 different types of trees and access to a creek, including a private pebble beach. If we have to live in a Covid world, we want to do it in a place like this.