Sullivan County Catskills Luxury Cedar and Stone Home is a Dream Come True! “The Red Fox Lodge” is a private haven free from all the stress and burdens of the world. Upon entering, you are immediately drawn to the sweeping views of the crystal clear Toronto Reservoir. With sought-after Adirondack style wrapped in nature, this cedar and stone beauty will ignite your senses. The home offers very impressive interior and exterior entertaining spaces and upscale rustic-modern finishes throughout. Some of these gorgeous details include: custom double stained glass entry doors, blonde Wormy Walnut floors, hand-made leather door pulls and leather wall tile from London, imported cement floor tile from Italy, awe-inspiring Elk antler handles from Wyoming, native field stone, native wood inlay design, custom-built hide-away James Bond-inspired Cherry wet-bar and library, magnificent artisan carvings and so much more! Modern kitchen with contoured concrete island, Cherry cabinets, convenient pot-filler, and a “touch-free” faucet is a chef’s dream! With an abundance of work space, the kitchen boasts top-of-the-line Viking and Bosch appliances. Perfectly appointed interior offers 4 BR’s (including carriage house guest-suite not pictured in video), den, designated office space, 4.5 Baths, 3 fireplaces, open plan and expansive outdoor decking plus gazebo. With ~5 acres of property and over 500 ft. of waterfront you can be assured of your private enjoyment in this exclusive gated community showplace. Located in the desirable Town of Bethel, New York, at “The Peninsula”, part of The Chapin Estate gated community. This is a fantastic spot on 850+ acres of crystal clear reservoir waters! (Perk alert: Jet ski allowed in this part of the lake.) Near to great dining experiences, world-class entertainment at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Resorts World Casino, Monticello Motor Club, The Kartrite Waterpark and more! This is a fantastic offering in a Bald Eagle sanctuary (with a nest on the property!).
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