Once part of the Onteora colony, a hotbed of artists and writers, it has 4BR, 2 baths, a fireplace and a screened porch, on 1.5 acres of wooded land. Great for hikers and skiers; Hunter Mountain is only 5 miles away.
For more info: Melissa Zexter, 718 858 6569 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tannersville has quite a colorful history.
“Settled shortly after the Revolution, Tannersville was a raucous place, filled with unshaven, two-fisted, hard-drinking men who worked in the tannery by day and partied hard at night in the frontier-like structures that sprang up to accommodate their trade. 1846, however, saw the collapse of the tanning business and the gradual rise of the summer resort trade, which reached its peak in 1882 when the railroad came to Tannersville.
With the railroad came New York’s glitterati…Tannersville came to be the center of the private parks, where wealthy and cultured people built substantial cottages…By 1890, Tannersville was a veritable who’s who of artists, writers, and scholars.” – Catskill Mountain Foundation
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