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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Barn 19, SOLD (Barryville, NY w/ Water Access)


1,536 sq. ft., 2 bedroom with lofted ceilings. This Barn is located on a beautiful piece of Sullivan County real estate with water/lake access.











Our barns are hot and this snazzy number is no exception. Located in Barryville, NY with just a short walking distance to York Lake.  This 1,500 sq. ft. barn features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with lofted ceilings. Located on a nice piece of Sullivan County real estate with water access.

Sullivan County NY real estate offers wide open spaces, peacefulness and proximity to NYC you will not experience anywhere else. Prices and values can seem refreshingly attainable here. Weekend life in Sullivan County revolves around coffee on the front porch, small dinner parties, county fairs and one horse towns like Callicoon, Narrowsburg and Barryville.

The Homes of Catskill Farms are engineered to be as energy efficient as a home can be. Enhanced insulation paves the way for superior performance from our high efficiency furnaces and on-demand hot water heaters. Many of our homes now have heat pumps for their heating source, eliminating the need for gas or oil as a fuel source.












Catskill Farms designs, builds and sells homes and Real estate in Sullivan County, real estate in Ulster County and real estate in Dutchess County. The homes of Catskill Farms tend work, look great, are fully warrantied and have a sort of timeless design. Catskills real estate available for purchase has been undoubtedly improved by the 100 homes this premier Catskills Home Builder has dreamed up and built since 2001.

Catskills realtors love selling these homes of Catskill Farms homes for sale in the Catskills since their buyers tend to be inspired by them after the long slog at looking at homes that don’t meet the buyers’ criteria. Wasting weekends looking at uninspiring Catskills architecture can leave a buyer looking for the nearest bridge to jump from.


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