Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - REAL ESTATE -

SSu­un­nd­daayy ,J uO ly , 09 13

es­tled in the Catskill Moun­tains of New York is 40,000 acres named the Town of Olive. The first set­tle­ments were made in the Eso­pus Val­ley in 1740. Among the early set­tlers were Ge­orge Mid­dagh, who set­tled in 1740, Sa­muel Cox in 1742, and Wil­liam Not­ting­ham, in 1745, at Olive Bridge. The first inn was kept at Olive Bridge, by Con­rad DuBois, and the first store by Le­muel Winchell, at Winchell’s Falls, where the first saw mill and grist mill were erected by Mr. Winchell. The lo­cal folk­lore states that Olive NY was named from the bib­li­cal story of the dove re­turn­ing to Noah’s ark with an Olive branch in 1824. The Ashokan Reser­voir ge­o­graph­i­cally di­vides Olive–north and

1 south.

Our won­der­ful agent, Doreen Marchisella, has brought us this ab­so­lutely amaz­ing prop­erty. This prop­erty must be seen to be ap­pre­ci­ated. Once you get there you never want to leave... Serene, Peace­ful, Se­cluded with Ma­jes­tic Sun­sets and an Abun­dance of Wildlife. The seller has en­joyed this can­vas of colors for 20 years and is now will­ing to share it with the next owner and their fam­ily.

When sit­ting at the kitchen ta­ble all your thoughts on own­ing this view is over­whelm­ing. The kitchen is de­signed with red birch cab­i­nets, gran­ite counter tops, stain­less steel back­splash and 4” maple floors. This opens to a 900 sf. deck, ideal for sun­ning and en­ter­tain­ing. The din­ing room of­fers am­ple room to seat 12 with 5” Brazil­ian cherry floors. The liv­ing room takes in the view and al­lows for a per­fect flow. The fam­ily room/study is quite large with a sep­a­rate area for your tech savvy users.

The sec­ond floor is guarded by a won­der­ful iron rail­ing and bal­cony over­look­ing the gra­cious liv­ing room w/it’s invit­ing fire­place. The master bed­room suite is big and ready for your cre­ativ­ity. The view from the bal­cony is breath­tak­ing... The in­te­rior of this home is a blank can­vas and it’s wait­ing for a buyer to bring it to life! The Base­ment is DRY and ap­prox. 2000 sf. with 8’ ceil­ings and the space is ready to be fin­ished if needed, and there is an area that is al­ready plumbed for a sum­mer kitchen.

Be in the heart of the Catskills with the views that will take your breath away. Only 2 hours from NYC, just over an hour from Albany NY. Be near all of the fes­ti­vals the Catskills have to of­fer at Wind­ham, Hunter and Bel­leayre Moun­tains. But, please call Doreen Marchisella for more in­for­ma­tion at (845) 679-2929.

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