Nestled in a sleepy Catskills town is an imposing 19th century mansion that looks deceptively ordinary from the outside. Sure, there are some nice architectural flourishes including a dilapidated balcony and various bits of decorative millwork, but all in all, it’s not something you don’t see every day in these parts. Still, we were intrigued. […]
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Wyndcliffe, the once-grand 1852 mansion in Rhinebeck NY, is going on the auction block on September 21, and will be sold to the highest bidder. If you intend to bid, listen up, because pictures – and marketing materials – can be deceiving.
Set on a back road in the deep Catskill Mountains is a house that defies descriptions. Part suburban “dream home,” part mold-infested death trap, this sprawling residence looks like a little like the Brady Bunch house and a little like something out of the Black Lagoon.
Nestled in the woods near Whaley Lake, NY, are the last vestiges of a one-time summer camp for NYC sanitation workers and their families.