Everyone wants their own slice of paradise. That home or Air BNB that provides the panoramic views of the mountains, especially Platte Clove Notch, so you can experience the fall foliage, summer thunderstorms rolling in, or the snow covered caps in the winter. The ability to host fantastic backyard bbq’s utilizing a spacious 10′ x 42′ deck, that hovers above a newly redone landscaped concrete and stone patio. To be able to take a dip in an in-ground saltwater pool and then wash off with the outdoor shower. This and more is what 140 Buffalo Rd has in store for you. Adjacent to the pool is a 10 1/2′ by 14 1/2′ screen house that invites board games with friends and family, morning coffee, a mid-afternoon nap or the ability to experience the wonderous wildlife nearbye. Deer, raccoons, owls, humming birds, cardinals and song birds help create a serene and peaceful atmosphere. There are three sheds/outbuildings of various sizes, including a large 12′ by 24′ baby barn for extra storage. The gourmet kitchen includes wood cabinets, granite counter tops, newer Frigidare appliances such as a double oven, deep pantry and a spacious wide open layout. Off the kitchen is a screened in 13′ x 7′ porch which would make a great reading nook. Just outside that porch is where your own grapes and raspberries are grown. The brand new oak floors absolutely POP and with radiant heat, warmly connect the front entrance of this newer ranch home with the dining room and kitchen.The living room has French doors that open onto the deck, a brick fireplace with gas insert, ceramic tile flooring and lots of natural light. Large main bedroom exits to the deck but includes a walk in closet. This area feels like it’s own wing of the house with access to laundry and a bathroom with shower and claw foot tub. The basement has two rooms for storage and a large family room with bar that allows you multiple ways to entertain as well as to exit to the patio. Minutes from the village of Saugerties, HITS, the New York State Thruway, Woodstock, Kingston and all of the retail, restaurants, site-seeing, skiing, and outdoor things to do in the Hudson Valley and Catskills regions. Less than two hours from NYC and the George Washington Bridge.