Restored 1900's Farmhouse in the Charming Village of Roxbury
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- Minimum stay:2 nights
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:Yes
Fully renovated 1900's farmhouse in the village of Roxbury where you can visit the local WIOX radio station, enjoy art shows and music performances at the Roxbury Arts Group, a deluxe spa at the Roxbury Motel or stroll in Roxbury's Kirkside Park and take in a summertime vintage baseball game played by the Roxbury Nine. Or simply enjoy watching the array of birds outside the picture window at the kitchen table. Yes, deer, rabbits, and grouse are seen from that perch, as well. Our house is made for relaxation, family gatherings and soaking up the bountiful nature outside every window.
After a day of skiing/snowboarding or hiking/biking/golfing/tubing/swimming/playing tennis/horseback riding/ antiquing enjoy a quiet moment on the back patio soaking up the tranquility of a mountain view or relaxing in front of the stone fireplace.
Bedrooms include: master queen bed with private bath; 2nd bedroom with 2 single beds and shared bath with 3rd bedroom with queen futon. Full bath downstairs, too.
Keywords: farmhouse, in the village, charming, cozy, open, comfortable, with fireplace, large garden, mountain views, near water,
- 1800 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Pets Considered
- Non Smoking Only
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Children Welcome
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Convertible bed(s)
- Queen size Beds (1), Twin or Single Beds (1), Sleep Sofa or Futons (1)
- 3.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
- Bathroom 3
Kitchen & Dining
- Coffee Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Dishes & Utensils
- Ice Maker
- Parking Off Street
- Living Room seats 6
- Wood Fireplace
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Towels Provided
- Linens Provided
- 'lovely one acre garden with mountain views'
- CD Player
- Music Library
- Video Library
- Wireless Internet
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Mountain Biking
- Basketball Court
- Rock Climbing
- Sight Seeing
- Horseback Riding
- Miniature Golf
- Live Theater
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Cross Country Skiing
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Charming and Comfortable
Charming and Comfortable
I came up with 5 of my friends for a wedding at The Roxbury Barn and we found this house on VRBO. It was a charming house, spotlessly clean and very comfortable. Very Conveniently located to Roxbury Barn and the center of the village. In a very quiet cul de sac, next to the railway with a huge garden backing onto to open fields, so we felt very much in the countryside. The hosts were very kind and helpful and we all agreed we would book this house again.
- Guest trish
- Date of stay 09/07/12
- Review Submitted 09/21/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, adventure seekers, pet owners, families with young children.
We spent wonderful time staying in Roxbury for 4 days. The house is great, it's very comfortable and clean, and has everything needed for a quite pleasant stay. The kitchen and dining rooms are spacious with a door to a deck overseeing a very picturesque backyard. The house is 5 minutes walk away from Roxbury motel, and about 10 minutes walk to the cozy Roxbury downtown. The whole area is great for nature lovers, especially recommend visiting the Little and Big Ponds for a nice swim in a mountain lake (about 25-30 minutes drive, you can ask for detailed directions at Roxbury Motel).
- Guest natakg
- Date of stay 07/05/12
- Review Submitted 07/26/12
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, adventure seekers, sightseeing, families with young children.
Charm in the Country
Charm in the Country
I had the good fortune to stay in this modernized farmhouse for a weekend and thoroughly enjoyed the tranquil garden, the beautifully-furnished home and the small touches of welcome. Truly was a home away from home. The proximity to village and Roxbury motel made it ideal for visiting friends and absorbing the small town atmosphere. Can't get over the town's own WIOX radio station and arts center. Fabulous.
- Guest A.U.
- Date of stay 06/15/12
- Review Submitted 07/17/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, adventure seekers, tourists without a car, people with disabilities, sightseeing, girls getaway, romantic getaway.
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2 night min stay
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Year Purchased: 2010
About the owner: As a family we love to escape the urban jungle and go to our slice of heaven. The kids get to romp outdoors and we get to enjoy the many cultural/historical activities.
Why the Owner Chose Roxbury:
We loved the mix of mountains, open valleys and streams this part of the Catskills offers. Roxbury is a charming little hamlet with so much to do and see.
The Unique Benefits at this Farmhouse:
Relax. Relax. Relax. We love all the outdoor activities and we love the quiet time of reading by the fire, seeing our neighbors and enjoying the country. This was supposed to be a seasonal home and we visit every weekend of the year that we can!
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Roxbury House from Railroad Avenue
Back of house garden side
Open kitchen plan with country farm table
Front hall to kitchen
View of back garden from patio
Living room with working fireplace
View from Master bedroom balcony
Winter comes to our cozy nest.
Nearby mountain stream for kayaking/fishing
View of front of house from country road
Spacious modern kitchen with farm table seats 8
Living room area with stone fireplace
Downstairs hall leading to kitchen area
View from kitchen to living room
Train depot in winter
View from master bedroom balcony in winter
Nearby scenic/vintage train depot
Roxbury's Kirkside Park w/ tennis courts, playground & soccer/baseball fields
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