Penn Badgley’s Rustic Catskills Escape Could Be Yours for $1.7 Million
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Penn Badgley Vacation home in upstate New York Up for grabs for $1.7 million. This charming four-bedroom, four-bathroom property is located on 10 acres amid the Catskill Mountains in the town of West Shokan, New York.
The list is a quick flip of You The actor, who bought the house in August last year with his wife, British-American singer Domino Kirk, according to property records. (In 2021, the actor acquired a co-op in Park Slope Brooklyn for $1.8 million.) But Badgely’s real estate divestment could be a win for you, at a price that offers a lot of bang for your buck. The three-story home was built in 2013 and incorporates the best of country charm (think hewn beams and wood-fired fieldstone). The fireplace) with lots of modern amenities.
The 3,402-square-foot home includes a library, media room, home gym, two laundry rooms, a family room, two “bonus” rooms as well as a two-car garage. Foodies are bound to love the modern country kitchen, with its farmhouse sink, soapstone counters, butcher’s kitchen island, and top-notch appliances, which include a wood-burning stove and beverage cooler. The listing indicates that — if you’re so inclined — plans for an in-ground saltwater pool have been drawn up and ready to go. The property also has sustainable features as well, such as solar panels and a geothermal system.
But what’s a mountain getaway without the great outdoors? In Badgely’s former digs, you can experience nature along with plenty of amenities, including a blue patio “perfect for morning coffee and al fresco dinner,” according to the listing, and easy access to ski mountains and mountain hiking trails.
James Amburn and Angelica Ferguson of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty hold the listing.
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