Riverfront Village Home

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From $50 / night

Callicoon, NY 12723
Riverfront Village Home
Home
3 bedrooms
8 guests
No min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Home
Per night: $175 - $250
Per week: $600 - $800
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Callicoon vacation home rental
Riverfront home in quaint village of Callicoon New York

Rent your own piece of the Delaware River in this 100 year old village home in Callicoon, NY in Western Sullivan County. The house sits on nearly an acre of open flatland attached to over 10 acres of waterfront open space. With 2 back porches to soak up the scenery and a pair of 300 hundred year old Sycamore trees, tire swing and great fishing right in your own backyard. Extras include vaulted ceilings in 2 of the bedrooms, Vermont wood-stove, New stainless kitchen stove, upgraded electric, hardwood floors throughout. On River Road, its steps to local shops, restaurants, movies, and grocery store. Featured in the New York Times in July, Callicoon is 10 minutes from Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center and just 2 hours from the GWB.

Jim Coffman

Area Information
New York Times

July 28, 2006

Gawking Is Gauche, Except at the Eagles
By ELSA BRENNER

IT ''S not that the hamlet of Callicoon, cradled between the western Catskill Mountains of New York and the Poconos of Pennsylvania, is just being discovered. It only looks that way.

Situated along the upper Delaware River, in western Sullivan County, N.Y., the hamlet has been luring city-weary folks for more than 150 years.

The main difference between then and now is that during the mid-1800 and early 1900's, those in search of a respite from the congestion of New York City and its suburbs traveled to Callicoon by train, along tracks that these days carry only freight. They spent the summer months in rambling boarding houses, hotels and popular resorts that populated the area.

Now, the out-of-towners arrive in S.U.V. ''s and minivans to kayak on the Delaware, swim and fish in its waters, cross-country ski during the winter on the area ''s expansive hillsides and write or paint in studios fashioned from old barns and outbuildings that are on the countryside. Also, they visit all year long now, spending weekends in old farmhouses, Victorians, cabins and bungalows that they have bought and restored.

And even though the actors Debra Winger, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Lopez spend time in the area, and part of the movie Transamerica was filmed in Callicoon (Duncan Tucker, the movie's director and writer, lives there) celebrity-gawking is considered gauche. What generates far more excitement in Callicoon and its neighboring hamlets in the town of Delaware, N.Y., and in across-the-river Damascus Township, Pa., are the sightings of bald eagles '' nests high in trees along the majestic river '' and of their occupants soaring in the skies.

The Scene

With the spotlight on the environment, the operative word among second-home owners in the Callicoon area, especially when it comes to matters of style, is understatement. For the most part, the part-timers dogs are Labradors and mixed breeds, and their dress code calls for jeans, cut-offs and T-shirts, day and evening, whether hiking, kayaking or biking, or dining out yielding few clues to the people walking or wearing them.

The unassuming presentations notwithstanding, there are bankers, business owners, playwrights, artists and interior designers among the part-timers, who make up about 50 percent of the population. A varied group, they are young, middle-aged and old; liberal and conservative; single and married; heterosexual and homosexual; and of different ethnicities.

What unites them is their shared passion for the outdoors and a delight in homespun community activities like pancake breakfasts and tractor parades.

There is little nightlife to speak of in this former logging community, save for several restaurants, like Matthew's on Main Street and the 1906 Restaurant, and a single-screen movie theater. But the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a concert site, opened July 1 on the location of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, 12 miles away.


GETTING THERE By car from the George Washington Bridge, take the Palisades Interstate Parkway north for 17 miles to the New York State Thruway north; continue for 21 miles and, at Exit 16, take Route 17 west for 45 miles to Exit 104; then take Route 17B to the hamlet of Callicoon. Do not turn off toward Callicoon Center.

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Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Dec 07 2016 Jan 06 2017 $175 $175 $600 - -
Apr 18 2017 Jun 21 2017 $175 $175 $600 $1,500 -
Jun 22 2017 Aug 16 2017 $200 $250 $800 $2,500 -
Check Out: 3 p.m.
Deposits: $150 due to reserve rental 100% of rental fee one week prior to rental
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: Deposit of $150 (returned immediately after inspection of home)

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mark leininger

simple house for simple pleasures

mark leininger

new york city

simple house for simple pleasures

January 3, 2008

a great place to relax and "enjoy the town" very comfortable house that has a great view out the back and in the town making strolls and errands easy! we were a group of 8 and enjoyed the communal atmoshpere of the kitchen and living areas over a snowy new years visit.

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