In Livingston Manor, New York, The Catskill Project is a carbon-neutral community of Passive House designed homes offering energy efficiency, all-electric appliances, continuous air filtration and ventilation, and the added benefits of low ongoing maintenance costs. Adding to its list of homes, the group is introducing a fourth model inspired by local barn-style houses: Red Hill.

Three bedroom, two and a half bathroom home | 1,783 square feet on 3-6 acres | Waterfalls, streams, and hiking trails on 40-acre preserve | Starting $1,195,000

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Photos are renderings of to-be built home, Red Hill at The Catskill Project.

Spanning 1,783 square feet, Red Hill features three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms spread across two floors. Custom options, including a carport or 3-season room, are available to suit preferences. Each home is situated on spacious lots ranging from 3 to 6 acres. The community also includes a remarkable 40-acre preserve, boasting multiple streams, waterfalls, and scenic hiking trails for year-round recreational enjoyment.

Whether a year-round resident or weekend visitor, these homes are designed with long-term durability and resiliency in mind, significantly reducing operating and maintenance costs. Their super-insulated, airtight construction translates to a 70-90% reduction in annual heating and cooling expenses. During extended power outages, these homes can maintain a desired temperature, ensuring comfort in sub-zero temperatures and summer heat waves.

Just a quick 10-minute drive away, the charming towns of Livingston Manor and Roscoe in the western Catskills are a haven for food enthusiasts and craft beer aficionados. These go-to destinations offer an ever-expanding array of culinary delights and beverage options (see those links for our local recommendations!)

Located just a short two-hour drive from Manhattan’s George Washington Bridge, Red Hill offers proximity to nature and an array of outdoor activities. Enjoy fishing, cycling, hiking, golfing, skiing, or simply reveling in the brilliance of starry nights and pristine air.

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