This old farmhouse

This home in Westtown features original wide plank flooring, hand-hewn beams and front and back staircases as well as an updated kitchen and appliances


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— Prepare to be swept away

A blend of modern conveniences with original charm and integrity located in the Minisink Valley School District.

Discriminating buyers will instantly fall in love with this picturesque property.

This is a wonderful opportunity to own that older farmhouse you always dreamed of.

You will be in awe of the original details, impressive wood work, front and back staircases, and storage space.

Everything you have been searching for in a home is wrapped up in one amazing package:

Spacious rooms with a light and airy feel that will add spring to your step, just knowing it's yours.

A master bedroom suite with Jack and Jill bath is included in this four-bedroom home with three full baths.

Here you will find more than enough room to work and play with the options to utilize the space as you see fit.

An office or den with separate entrance from the patio is perfect for the at home professional.

An updated kitchen and appliances, cathedral ceiling and skylights makes the kitchen feel open, sunny and inviting.

Original wide plank flooring and hand-hewn beams run throughout the home.

A covered front porch invites guests to stay awhile. It's a great spot to sit and relax for year round enjoyment.

This property is in pristine condition and the grounds are kept perfectly.

The privacy of this location with its scenic views will not fail to amaze you with plenty of trees surrounding you and skylights to allow the sunshine to soak through.

If you're ready to make a change, contact Linda Czubak and get ready to come home by calling 845-986-4663.



Each week’s featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by The Warwick Advertiser's advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Rick Sophia, at sales@strausnews.com.


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