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21 Lower Main Street Callicoon, NY 12723


Serene and stylish, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath lakefront contemporary ranch sits privately on Lake Jeff. The bright kitchen is immaculate with stainless appliances. Many fi ne upgrades include: new roof, fl oors, heating system, water tank, well pump, kitchen appliances, dock, and more. This is a low-maintenance home in great condition, with style and functionality for easy lakefront living - $249,000 MLS # 34563


This Delaware Riverfront ranch home sits on one of the nicest eddies on the river. It has 95’ of beautiful river frontage with level access. Home is in fi ne condition, having been completely renovated in 2006. It offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, with a nice brick fi replace in the living room. A generous deck looks over the river. Located one mile from the restaurants, shopping and farmers market in Callicoon $169,000 MLS # 33165


This chic 3 BR/1.5 bathroom home is located in the river hamlet of Callicoon. It’s in very good condition, with a complete renovation... new fl oors, windows, new Buderus boiler. A highly-effi cient pellet/corn stove throws incredible heat to cut down on winter heating costs. A fenced back yard offers privacy for kids or pets, and is great for entertaining. Gorgeous old stone steps with lovely landscaping - $145,000 MLS # 34810


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Fabulous Beaverkill Riverfront Cottage. This artistic cottage has some interesting design features from metal ceilings, cedar shake accent walls, inlaid stone fl ooring and cool loft space PLUS it sits right on the Beaverkill! 2 bedrooms plus loft, 1 bath. Open fl oor plan with vaulted ceilings. French doors which lead to an 8 x 16 deck which is perfect for relaxing and sunset views. Call details - $149,000 MLS # 34939


Sweet In-Town Farmhouse with Callicoon Charm. This for more


farmhouse is in good shape and exudes classic Callicoon charm. Plus, it’s as close as you get to riverfront without paying for it: between the backyard and the Delaware River is state land. Mature trees create a lovely backyard setting and a stone fi replace is great for cookouts. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Beautiful chestnut woodwork everywhere. A big wrap-around porch lets you enjoy the outdoors. One-car garage and a storage shed in the backyard - $139,000 MLS # 34972


Affordable and Move-in Ready Livingston Manor Village Home. This village two-story home has been renovated inside within the past year. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Sliding door with access to a private patio area with a stone wall backdrop. Detached two-car garage. $99,000 MLS # 34941


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This nicely-kept 3 bedroom, 2 bath house is located on one of the prettiest stretches of the Upper Delaware River, about 1/4 mile north of the Cochecton-Damascus Bridge. Its 2.38 acres are privately set with a lush lawn and exotic landscaping.


The house has a wide deck on three sides


to maximize the river views. A big screened-in porch lets you entertain and enjoy the view in any weather. This is a wonderful river get-away - $299,000 MLS # 34637


This comfortable farmhouse nestles nicely on its 37 acres with views. The land is both open and wooded with Delaware River views from some parts of the property. Sunny fi elds are ideal for planting, horses, alpacas or other agricultural uses, and the woods offer a mix of terrain. A stream runs through the property and feeds a small pond. The house has been renovated and features an open kitchen and dining area, living room and family room, a sunporch, fi ve bedrooms, bonus rooms, and two full baths. There is an outbuilding for storage - $299,000 MLS # 31441


Charming Victorian Farmhouse with Lots of Potential! Home is situated in quaint river town of Hankins with frontage on Hankins Street, as well as Route 97. The setting is idyllic with a rocking chair front porch and white picket fence. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features hardwood fl oors, great woodwork and good-sized rooms in need of TLC. Just reduced to $79,000 MLS # 33067


Farmhouse close to the Delaware River. Comfortable and funky, this old farmhouse is nestled against a beautiful hillside amongst stone walls & mature forest. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Set on a quiet road with an easy walk to the thriving river village of Callicoon - $99,000 MLS # 31739


Country-chic farmhouse on 4 acres with a barn and view. House has an artsy aesthetic, and the 26’ x 36’ barn would make a good studio or workshop. Land is a nice mix of old pasture, woods, and lawn - easy to keep horses, chickens, goats, perfect for vegetables and gardening. Apple trees on property, nice fl ower gardens. 4 bedrooms upstairs plus expansion space in the walk-up attic. Fireplace in living room. Large den on fi rst fl oor could also be a big bedroom. Front and back porches provide sheltered outdoor spaces to read or dine. Barn can be used as a garage - $219,000 MLS # 32255


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Big Colonial on 5.3 private, wooded acres. Home built in ‘93, so it’s fairly modern with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Eat at the breakfast bar, kitchenette, or use the large dining room. A big deck in the back of the house is perfect for relaxing. Close to Callicoon and Jeffersonville for shopping. Delaware River is less than a 5-minute drive, and it’s just 10 minutes to Bethel Woods - $189,000 MLS # 34594


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