About 12 Rock Ledge
Halfway to the top of Overlook Mountain, positioned on a naturally-formed rock ledge, sits Cloudhaus. Designed by a California-based architect, this modern oasis features floor-to-ceiling windows on both its Northern and Southern exposures, flooding the house with light, and conveying a sense of being outside... even when you’re in. The unsurpassed, year-round views of Mohonk Mountain, Ashokan Reservoir — all the way to Tonche Mountain in the West are unique. Out back, massive bluestone boulders and old-growth trees stand sentry over a dramatically rising slope carpeted with ferns and creeping thyme. When spring arrives, this slope erupts in a profusion of daffodils and foxglove. In winter, the mighty Hudson winks at you from the East. And it's all within 2 miles' driving distance to the heart of Woodstock Village. Every detail of this 3322 square-foot home has been recently updated both inside and outside with a designer's touch. From the new Hardie Board siding and WeatherShield Aluminum-clad windows (guaranteed not to warp or fade), to the designer kitchen replete with induction cooktop and plumbed Miele coffee station — everything has been done for you — including the mechanicals. The boiler, hot water tank, pressure tank, UV filtration system, and a Culligan water treatment system are all new, as are the mini-split AC / Heat Pump units. Between the propane baseboard radiators, electric heat pumps, and passive solar positioning, you can choose the most economical way to keep warm each winter. The sumptuously landscaped yard is surrounded by privacy fencing. There’s a new in-ground pool with an energy-efficient electric heat pump, UV filter, and robot pool-vac; and a hot tub. The layout of Cloudhaus is absolutely ideal. With its 27ft high great room, den and kitchen positioned on the middle floor between the primary suite (on the level above) and the accessory bedrooms, guest bath, and home office (on the level below), Cloudhaus offers an expansive living space all on one level with sleeping quarters both above and below ensuring each their own special retreat. One can gaze out on the ever-changing clouds and dream of days to come.