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Barn Update

Originally built in 1971, this Roxbury home has been reconstructed and remodeled with the added bonus of solar panels. The barn-style house sits on 32 acres of beautiful rolling farmland with stone walls, meadows and pastures. It features a great room with a soaring ceiling, country kitchen, stone fireplace, five bedrooms, two-and-one-half bathrooms, and repurposed wood both inside and out. Additional buildings include a pasture shed, equipment barn with office, and a fully-insulated barn. Listed for $1.625 million by Klemm Real Estate.


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Posted by Rachel Louchen on 07/10/17 at 12:39 PM • Permalink

Catskill Green

Surrounded by Catskill Mountain views, this architect-designed home has solar panels that keep energy costs low. This Hillsdale home incorporates the outside in with huge windows that capture light and the vistas. The interior has an open concept living room, dining room, kitchen area, bamboo floors, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms. Additional features include remote-controlled LED lighting, thermopane windows, and a wall-mounted gas fireplace. Listed for $950,000 by Copake Lake Realty.



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Posted by Rachel Louchen on 07/10/17 at 11:22 AM • Permalink

Eco Farmhouse

This Alford home’s exterior is classic country farmhouse but the inside features modern upgrades, while a separate timber frame barn has solar panels. Offering 4,400 square feet of living space on three floors, it has a renovated kitchen, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a library, attached large art studio or family room, conservatory greenhouse, finished attic space, and covered porches. The 1840 renovated farmhouse sits on 14 acres of mature gardens, lush plantings, perennial gardens, an established orchard, organic vegetable garden and rare native plants throughout. There are separate hoop houses, a woodshed, and chicken coops. Listed for $1.925 million by Berkshire Property Agents.


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Posted by Rachel Louchen on 07/09/17 at 06:03 PM • Permalink

Highly Efficient

High atop a hill in Claverack, this post-and-beam home is extremely insulated and energy smart with solar panels, low-energy appliances, and underfloor heating. Inside there are large windows and French doors that bring the outdoors in, a large stone fireplace, exposed timbers, a spacious kitchen with granite counters, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. The heated, walkout basement could be finished to serve as additional living space. There is a pergola, plus perennial gardens and lots of colorful flowers dotting the 10-acre property. Listed for $625,000 by Peggy Lampman Real Estate.



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Posted by Rachel Louchen on 07/09/17 at 04:51 PM • Permalink

Modern Solar

This solar paneled and geothermal home is perched between two prestigious ridges in Roxbury that afford western views. Designed by a local craftsman and architect using state-of-the-art technology to create an energy-efficient green home, the house blends modern components with a classic New England aesthetic. Noteworthy features of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath Contemporary include a living room with cathedral ceiling, formal dining space with wood stove, eat-in kitchen with SubZero appliances, and custom solid oak doors. Additional living spaces include an office with French doors to a private patio, a studio, screened porch, and an all-season sky-lit swimming pool. Listed for $1.895 million by William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.


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