Located in the charming historic hamlet of Hurley, NY, this early 1900’s cottage boasts a craftsman, head-to-toe rework at the hands of a renowned cookbook author and bespoke furniture designer. Full of original bespoke furniture, vintage art, and rooms textured with cathedral ceilings and wood beams. This craftsman-style escape is part modern retreat, part village oasis.
Open chef’s kitchen, sitting area, and dining room are filled with natural light, top-shelf cooking equipment, an upright piano and plenty of artists’ details. A well-lit primary bedroom, complete with an exposed beam and skylight, is grounded by an open fireplace and white walls. Upstairs, 2 bedrooms and a claw-foot bathroom highlight sloped ceilings, pine paneled walls, wallpapered reading nooks, custom oak stairwell, pine closets, and other handmade details.
Outside, a bluestone patio expands the living space with a sitting area, bonfire, and splash pool. A crushed marble outdoor dining area– nests outside the fully restored, 300-year-old Dutch barn—complete with twinkling lights, barn views, and an adjacent, fully working garden. There are also fruit trees, hammocks, and a quaint cedar shed.
Inside the barn is an airy lofted studio with expansive windows and 12-foot white walls for shooting or for overflow HMU and wardrobe. Additional fee applies for use of barn.
Additional hand-crafted ceramic, wooden and vintage tabletop prop collection can also be arranged for additional fee.
Small shoots preferred, no more than 10 people inside.
No shoes inside, please bring shoe covers.
Requests to paint walls or to nail into walls must be approved in advance by owner. If approved, walls must be returned to original condition.
Shoot activity allowed between 9am and 7pm. Earlier or later hours subject to pre-approval or relocation fees for homeowners.
Studio/sauna/workshop (interior of barn) are off-limits unless arranged in advance.
Certain heavy furniture requires advance notice protection if to be moved (piano, credenza, marble table)