1894 Glasco Turnpike, Woodstock
Come see this newly renovated streamside 1824 farmhouse minutes from the center of Woodstock. Be delighted by the light streaming through the new Pella windows and reflecting off the incredible, original, wide-plank floors. Enjoy the exposed beams, cathedral ceilings and original doors and hardware. All efforts were made to keep original details while bringing in a modern flair with new baths and a gourmet kitchen with Smeg appliances for that retro feel. A great room was created with eight-foot high sliding doors, original beams and unique lighting. The beautiful, formal living room has a working brick fireplace and an amazing mural created by Kelli Bickman, a local artist. The living room can also be converted to a first floor master with the already existing adjacent opulent bathroom. While the front of the house faces the road and meadow beyond, the back is a private, expansive and tranquil oasis. No expense was spared creating a luxurious outdoor landscape with unique touches re-purposing items found on site. Spend nights by the newly built fire pit, entertain your guests on the covered patio with the original thirty foot well now visible with remote lighting. Lounge in the screened-in porch or just swing on the hammock by the stream. If you feel like being a mini-farmer the small barn has stalls and some hay ready to go. The big barn can accommodate a car or be converted to a studio. The renovation was extensive, and details are available upon request. The art on the wall is available for sale directly from the local artists, as is the dining room table, which was made from wood reclaimed from the home. Artists featured are Kelli Bickman, Nita Steketee, Suky Kearney and Kristen Reimer. Listing agent has financial interest in the property.
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