Cooper Lake Bungalow
$775,000 - sold
THE BUNGALOW: 669 COOPER LAKE RD ($587,000)
4 BED / 2 BATH | 1900 SQ FT | 0.51 ACRES | BUILT 1932
THE COTTAGE: 663 COOPER LAKE RD
2 BED / 1 BATH | 564 SQ FT | 1.93 ACRES | BUILT 1934
Here is a rare opportunity to own two separate, fully renovated homes on the desirable and scenic Cooper Lake Road. Each of these charming homes has its own lot, facing untouched forever wild state land. Both homes are surrounded by wonderful section of yard space for outside entertaining or activities, and plenty of room for a pool.
669 Cooper Lake Rd is a 1900 sf 4 bed 2 bath home hidden behind a private hedge. An airy, light filled contemporary bungalow tastefully renovated with modern amenities and an open floor plan. This home features a new gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a separate pantry room, new bathrooms, fumed quarter sawn oak radiant heat floors, sleek Myson heaters on the second floor, eco foam insulation, new staircase with cable railing, Ann Sacks tiles, Farrow & Ball paint, and a back up generator for worry free living. The master bedroom is spacious with vaulted ceilings and a skylight with a nook for reading or a home office. A screened porch faces the private backyard lined with mature fruit trees and fire pit area. The interior access full basement offers plenty of storage. There is an art studio at the back of the two car garage.
663 Cooper Lake Rd is a restored 564 sqft 2 bed 1 bath 1930's Sears Roebuck kit house. The interior has been intelligently transformed into an open floor plan with an added loft for a queen bed or reading nook. Updates to the home include new hardy siding, a new roof, and outdoor deck that faces a seasonal stream. A successful AirBnb with over 100 positive reviews.
This is a unique opportunity to own two homes; an extra space for guests or rental income, within walking distance to Cooper Lake and hiking trails. Minutes to Woodstock and Phoenicia. Only 1.5 hours to NYC and already selected by Upstater as a real estate pick. Must see!
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