Two properties near Hunter and Windham Mountains tempt with larger-than-life fireplaces, hardwood floors, and panoramic decks.
6 Cardinal Dr, Windham
Square Footage 3,765
Lot Size (Acres) 5.6
Year Built 2011
School District: Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School
Set back on a quiet road, just a stone’s throw from Windham Mountain Resort’s ski trails, this Craftsman-style home exemplifies picturesque rural living. Natural light pours in from large picture windows that look out onto tall evergreens surrounding the property. A grand fireplace features stonework that extends to its vaulted ceilings. Traditional Craftsman accents like cedar columns separating the open layout, natural hardwood floors, and simple woodwork can be seen throughout its four bedrooms.
An ideal retreat for snow lovers and year-round nature enthusiasts alike, the property is located close to hiking and biking trails, Catskills fishing spots, and Windham Country Club. For those who enjoy the scenery, but not so much the adventurous side, Windham boasts a walkable Main Street with lauded restaurants and boutiques, as well as a nearby winery with a charming tasting room. Bring a bottle or two back to the house to enjoy with friends beside a natural stone firepit set on a lower patio — perfect for those cool mountain nights.
133 Botti Dr, Hunter
Square Footage 2,004
Lot Size (Acres) .33
Year Built 1989
School District: Hunter-Tannersville Central School District
This move-in-ready mountain escape is ideal for those who want the serenity of the Catskills while still being in the thick of it all; it’s located just minutes away from Hunter Mountain Resort’s all-levels ski and snowboard trails.
Fully furnished and exuding character in every room, highlights of this home include a sunken living room with vaulted ceilings and a grand fireplace, an airy open kitchen, a luxurious deep-soak jet tub in one of the bathrooms, and ample space for entertaining outdoors: multi-tiered decks, a pergola, Zen gardens, and an outdoor living space that provides views of Hunter’s trails.
When you need a break from hitting the slopes, the boutiques and bistros of charming Tannersville are just a short drive away. Browse the village’s unique antiques shops, stop for a sip at Hudson Chatham Winery’s tasting room, or try the burgers at Mama’s Boy Burgers. In the warmer months, look for Hunter Mountain Resort’s packed schedule of lively music, food, and beer festivals.