Right on the New York/Pennsylvania border sits the Milanville Cabin – a former hunting camp that’s been restored and updated to a turn-key getaway. This cabin has been completely updated and renovated and is ready for year-round enjoyment. Explore nearly 7 acres of wooded land or hop down to your personal slice of creek front to fish, or just sit on the porch and enjoy the sound of the rushing creek.
2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom home | 600 square feet with open floor plan | 6 wooded acres for hiking and exploring | Creek frontage on the Calkins Creek | Large front porch | Vintage Jotul wood stove | Completely updated in 2019 | New roof, windows, insulation, plumbing, septic | Low PA taxes | Great Airbnb potential | Asking $159,000
For sale by owner; buyers agents welcome. For information or showings, contact Mallory Greenfield at 330-806-9996 or email MalloryGreenfieldPA@gmail.com.
The owner is a former weekender turned full-timer who loves the area so much that she wanted to create a space for others to do the same. It’s been completely updated, with improvements including a new roof, insulation, plumbing and septic. The kitchen is also completely new, with appliances (gas stove, dishwasher, fridge) and is plumbed for a compact washer/dryer.
Enter through the living room and cozy up to the Jotul wood stove in chillier seasons, and hear the rushing waster of the Calkins Creek from the front porch in the summer. The house has two bedrooms and one bath – perfect for weekenders, or share it with others on Airbnb. Nature lovers will enjoy its proximity to the Delaware River for swimming and kayaking; or simply enjoy the hiking on your own secluded 6 acres.
Within walking distance is the adorable Milanville General Store, where you can grab a sandwich, coffee, pie, and other provisions. Less than 10 minutes down the road, you’ll quickly become a regular at Cochecton Fire Station – where you can find some of the best craft cocktails and food in the region. Additionally, the quaint towns of Narrowsburg, Callicoon, and Honesdale – are all under a 20 minutes drive. Check out the Escape Brooklyn guide to the region for even more ideas!