From its beginnings as a small A-Frame cabin in 1940, it went through a metamorphosis – an addition was added. The main living area flows naturally from the living area to the dining area to the kitchen but never loses the sense of intimacy and warmth. Reclaimed wood construction creates that classic Catskill cabin character so many find so charming. The open kitchen is perfect for day to day use or for hosting friends. Walking upstairs to the master bedroom it took a second to take in, so striking is the voluminous vaulted 13′ high ceiling. There is a sweet reading nook to the side for a moment of spacial contrast. The second bedroom resides in the original A-Frame structure. The exposed wood framing and white plaster walls bring to mind a childhood fairy tale. The wooded lot slopes downward to a beautiful brook that passes through the property. Situated in the forest on a dead-end road in bucolic Delaware County but 20 minutes to Callicoon.