Built in 2016, this 3,600 square foot house boasts its newness with pure comfort. Sitting at three stories high, the top two floors occupy the main house while the bottom floor holds a very large one bedroom, easily converted two bedroom, apartment or mother-in-law suite (1,200 square feet) with all the amenities a home could need, including a second washer and dryer and dishwasher. There is a private entrance to the apartment as well as stairs in the house in case you just want the floor for extra personal space, however having the extra cushion to cover taxes and/or mortgage surely helps with that comfortable living. While this house is built with top notch materials. The main floor has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, laundry room, and study. The third floor is 1,200 square feet of open space currently being used as two more bedrooms as the third full bathroom separates the space into two “wings”. All together the house is a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with an office, two laundry rooms, two kitchens, a 38ft x 6ft front porch, and a 10ft x 20ft composite deck in the back with a ramp to make grocery carrying easy. The sounds of the waterfall on the back deck creates a sense of tranquility. Central AC and heat with each floor zoned individually; allowing each floor to have its own thermostat so all can live comfortably. This home is one of 19 individually owned homes, which collectively share just under 10 wooded acres, a magical gigantic waterfall, an organic community garden, a water-front beach on the Esopus Creek (more like a river), a boat house with ample kayaks and paddle boards, a wood-working shop, and multiple play structures for the littles. The Common House is central to the community and is the place where community members gather to socialize, dine together a few evenings per week, attend meetings and activities, or use for private purposes. The sale of this home will be contingent upon seller finding suitable housing. Interested parties, please note, that first showing will be for the house only. We can only see the community land while an owner or member of the community is present. Thank you for your understanding.