20 acre redwood & glass, 20 acres, pond, stream, waterfalls

20 acre redwood & glass, 20 acres, pond, stream, waterfalls


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home


More about us

  1. We're a retired married couple

  2. One a teacher, now an environmentalist; one a management consultant, now a writer

  3. We keep an art blog, WhatsUpInNWct.wordpress.com. Since we've homes in Litchfield County in CT and on the Upper East Side in Manhattan and have had West Point West - all for 30-40 years - we can share with you insider information about everything from where to get this and that to which galleries are best to when to go to the museums to when town festivals are best attended. We also have significant neighbor networks who can give you first hand information - or go with you to events, dinners, and excursions.


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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Donna's Cafe
Cool bars
A half dozen are located along the Hudson just by the Newburgh-Beacon bridge
Retail therapy
Woodbury Common, about 300 stores, are ten minutes away, on the way up at the top of the Palisades Parkway; in that ten further minutes all signs of civilization disappear; the house is then a mile from the nearest road
Bit of culture
All the historic homes & sites of the Hudson River
Walks in the park
60 miles of marked trails in the 3500 acre Black Rock Forest that borders the house
Spot of exercise
World class Rock Climbing in the 'Gunks is a half hour north, just west of New Paltz
Day tripping
55 minutes from NYC: via express bus, NYS thruway, or Palisades Parkway. Via the Parkway you'll have no stop lights or houses or stores any part of the greenway that starts right at George Washington Bridge

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