There is no better example of the exception to the rule. Let's face it, the vast majority of today's modern construction homes are built without regard to the test of time, elements or style. They're thrown together lacking character that something of this size and merit should retain without questions. Architecture has gone from the route of quality and creative engineering to cost effectiveness and speed of construction. Again, the exception to the rule. From the footings and foundation to the walls and insulation, every nook, cranny and turn boasts elaborate design and over-engineering. Carefully constructed in 2003, this immaculate monster colonial is the result of careful planning, forward-thinking construction and very high expectations. A home that looks just as incredible as the day it was completed. Tasteful landscaping encompasses the home only adding to its charm. The open floor plan, extra-wide halls and stairs, and architectural finesse in every corner give off a warm home-like feeling contradictory to many cold-modern homes we see today. The layout welcomes all tastes and styles whether you have a taste for traditional or modern with a hint of rustic flare. Truthfully, this home has the capability to suite the needs of anyone with both room for expansion in the basement or the massive walk-up attic over the three-bay garage with exterior access - perfect for an office suite. The interior space is vast yet welcoming. This is not a shell or box to live in, it's a warm and comfortable home. Location? Nestled privately as the first house on Sawmill, you are less than 5 minutes to the renowned Rail Trail and Historic Hurley Village Stone Houses. Additionally, a mere 7 minute drive to the NYS Thruway, Kingston and Stone Ridge in the opposite direction. Though the pictures exceptionally portray the home as it is, they lack in doing it proper justice. Book an appointment and come see for yourself!