Just featured in the March 2016 edition of Country Living Magazine! http://www.countryliving.com/home-design/house-tours/g2975/christina-salway-farmhouse-renovation/
Renovated 4-bedroom/plus bunkroom farmhouse located on 43 beautiful acres with total privacy. This house was designed by interior designer Christina Salway, and was featured in the NY Times Home & Garden Section in January 2015, again in American Farmhouse Magazine and Country Living Magazines in 2016 & 2017, as well as being featured on Animal Planet's "Treehouse Masters" and NBC's
"American Dream Builders".
The house consists of 1-master bedroom, 2 full-sized bed bedrooms, one bedroom w/ two twin beds, and a 'bunk room' with four more twin beds. Professionally renovated home with a gorgeous and very functional, fully-equipped kitchen, three full bathrooms (two with clawfoot tubs and showers!) large dining room and living room, and a play room for the kids to disappear into. Each bedroom is unique and equally charming, filled with hardy antiques you don't have to worry about breaking. The wrap-around porch is the perfect place to end the day and watch the sunset, unless you'd prefer to sit out on the vintage lawn furniture and watch the sunset from the grassy patio behind the house. Every view from the house is uninterrupted and you have to make a truly concerted effort to see another house. Dishwasher, washer, and dryer make this house very user friendly; while the incredible design makes it feel both comfortable and sophisticated at the same time. Wi-Fi, color printer, TV, DVD, and ROKU make this house equally functional for business people and sullen teenagers.
And then, in case you need an even more private place to escape, there is a full sized (150 square foot) treehouse on the property, about 200 feet from the main house. The treehouse comes complete with a day bed, desk, and propane heater, as well as a spacious deck and of course, a fireman's pole! The treehouse was built by Nelson Treehouse & Supply for the show "Treehouse Masters", and is truly a sight to behold! A perfect place to work or nap while visiting the Catskills!
Check out the NY Times link to see even more beautiful photos of the house: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/15/garden/with-wide-open-acres.html?hpw&rref=garden&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=well-region®ion=bottom-well&WT.nav=bottom-well&_r=0#slideshow/100000003443235/100000003443238
The property offers endless possibilities: 43 acres sprawl across miles of pasture land, perfect for soccer games or football; hike down to the lower fields and you'll find a creek, bridge, and old blue stone quarry! Fox Run Farm is the perfect retreat for one or two families, looking for a terrific place to relax without ever getting bored. There's so much to do, that even a rainy day will be packed with fun activities!