Located in Historic Hurley village, this 1840s Colonial house is the colorful, cozy, elegant, and welcoming home of a cookbook author and a musician. It’s full of original artwork and carefully curated vintage and modern furniture. An open chef’s kitchen, sitting area and dining room are filled with natural light, and boast a baby grand piano. A cozy pink living room is anchored by a working open fireplace. Upstairs, there are 3 unique bedrooms, as well as two bathrooms.
A barn separate from the house boasts an airy guest room looking out over the backyard, and a spacious wood-paneled loft space upstairs. The barn is great to use as a HMU and staging area if shooting in the house, complete with restroom and sitting area, or as additional shoot location.
There is also a cedar deck off the barn complete with a cedar barrel hot tub. The sprawling lawns, flower and vegetable gardens and 2 bluestone patios are well-maintained, full of outdoor furniture and a large firepit, and feel very private from the street and neighbors.
Photography by Winona Barton-Ballentine.
Requests to paint or nail into walls must be approved in advance by owner. If approved, walls must be returned to original condition.
Cedar hot tub use requires advance approval.
Use of fireplace requires prior advance approval and special instructions to use.