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Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine

Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine

Tucked away in the mountains surrounding Woodstock, NY, this architectural marvel has been recently renovated with authentic modern-rustic style in mind. It features reclaimed wood finishes, sustainable quartz countertops, exposed ceiling beams, woodblock floors and many more interior design features worth a feature in The Hudson Valley Style Magazine. Enjoy the photo story by Maxwell Alexander / Duncan Avenue Real Estate Photography Studio.

Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine

The property is available on Airbnb, so don't miss your chance to experience the authentic Hudson Valley Style in person: Panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains and Berkshires. The Stone Tower House was created by master stonemason Volovski and is a local piece of work atop West Ohayo Mountain. Beyond the views and serenity, you'll find nooks throughout the home and property. Sit view side and enjoy a toasty campfire or dip in the generously sized hot tub. Take a shower surrounded by the view, or soak the day away. This is a one of a kind must see property!

Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine

The absolute serenity and perched high in the clouds, the modern hand-crafted Stone Tower House located in Woodstock has the privacy and proximity to town you crave. Sit back and watch the weather roll in over various mountain tops and down into The Berkshires. The panoramic 180-degree view will have you in awe. Driving down the long driveway a 20’ Easter Island head sculpture welcomes you in, and leads you down the circular path to the stunning piece of architectural artwork known as Stone Tower House. The entry welcomes you into the mudroom with tile flooring and closet with a custom barn door. As you walk through the entry, your eyes are immediately drawn to the exterior with beautiful mountain and skyline views! The spacious light and bright living room features a unique, culled/honed woodblock designed into a brilliant flooring masterpiece. The massive granite fireplace is a focal point in the center of this home, an homage to the Catskill Mountains from which the stone was carved. There are two generous sized guest bedrooms each featuring vaulted wood-beamed ceilings and a ¾ bathroom with tile flooring and laundry area.

Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Woodstock Tower House – Photo Story by Hudson Valley Photographer Maxwell Alexander exclusively for the Hudson Valley Style Magazine

Continue up the staircase to the top of the tower and enjoy the views from the upper deck. Outside, The dining area leads you to the gorgeous kitchen with quartz countertops, high-end stainless appliances, ample cabinet, and countertop space. Step down into the cozy solarium. Downstairs also features a half bathroom and rustic, wood-beamed ceilings. Enjoy the gorgeous views while sitting on the back deck or soaking in the hot tub. The spiral staircase leads you through the tower. On the second floor, you’re met with beautiful wood flooring. The master bedroom features numerous windows that draw your eyes to the stunning views, vaulted wood-beamed ceilings and sitting bench. The en-suite bathroom tile flooring is warmed by radiant heat, glass-walled shower, and deep soaking tub with numerous windows to view the beautiful mountain views. The carved stone and iron gates lead you to the gazebo and light garden. At the back of the home, steps lead down the stairway to another private sitting area. Welcome home!