A birdwatcher's and fisherman's paradise fronting the historic Susquehanna river with 664 feet of shoreline, the three-storied cottage with almost 1800 square footage.
Students of Scandinavian history will recognize in the construction of the house the feel of a great Viking longboat with its exposed timbers and large central beams. Must be seen to be appreciated, the out of the way gravel road location will appeal to the naturalist, sportsperson, or homebody with a need to get away from it all
Three storied cottage with almost 1800 sq footage on 12 acres, the 2nd story balcony and 1st floor large deck affords a panoramic view of the property right down to the river and across to a mountain wall rising approximately 300 feet with the picturesque Conrail trains making occasional appearances on the tracks across the Susquehanna.
The kitchen is equipped with modern appliances including a dishwasher and microwave as well as stove, refrigerator and ample cupboard space, located just off the combined living/dining area, and all on the main floor. All floors are brightly colored painted wood paneling throughout, and with a full bath including shower stall, two storage closets, a laundry room, furnace room, and a cobblestone fireplace on the north wall with a wood burning firebox, exiting on to the full deck and an easterly facing sunrise view to the river. The third floor with its to-the-roof ceiling is equally as interesting combing painted paneling and sheetrock and cozy as the rest of the house with an easterly facing master bedroom including ceiling fan and alcove, two built-in European-style queen sized "sleeping cupboards" each with a window and under bed storage drawers, a south facing extra room, a full bath with a tub, and a walk-in linen and storage closet.