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This gorgeous farmhouse has just been renovated into the perfect rental – especially for those wanting a quick, easy getaway without a car. Hop on the Trailways Bus and arrive into the small town of Phoenicia, where the house is just a 5 minute walk from Main Street. Walk into town for meals, or prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner in the beautiful kitchen and dining area. The trailhead for the Tanbark Trail is walkable from the house, as is the beautiful Esopus River for fishing, tubing, or just taking a cool-off dip.
Tucked into the woods, the home is a tranquil sanctuary that’s just perfect for unwinding — or make it your homebase to exploring the trendy town of Livingston Manor or the very cute town of Jeffersonville, both minutes from Blue Hill House.
Perched high on a hill surrounded by forest, the Mountain Terrace has a treetop feel throughout the house, with spectacular views from nearly every room.
The highlight is the wrap-around terrace with west-facing mountain views from the deck — which you can also enjoy from the kitchen, living room and upstairs den. The terrace is perfect for your morning coffee or evening cocktail while watching sunset, and preparing delicious al fresco meals on the grill.
Mountain Terrace is minutes from hiking in the Delaware Wild Forest, swimming in local lakes, and the bustling town of Livingston Manor. Spend all day out exploring, but be sure to make it back for the sunset views. Grab meals or provisions from the DeBruce, Upstream Wine, Van Taco/Van Smokey, Sunshine Colony, and the Walk-In.
Hudson, NY is the perfect town for your maiden voyage upstate — in fact, it was ours! This once “sleepy town” now brands itself the “downtown of Upstate” with 200 independent establishments including antique and boutique shops, hotels, art galleries, restaurants and bars, mostly along Warren Street. Visually, this charming town is a treat, delighting visitors and aesthetes with its stunning and Wes Anderson-esque architecture. The restoration of some 300 historic buildings in two square miles makes it one of the historically richest, and most diverse architectural cities in New York State.