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Recent Home Sales 2. Callicoon Township Modular/ Ranch

1. Bethel Township Mobile 3 BR/1.5 BA Acres: 1.00 Sold For: $22,500 School Tax: $1,192 Town & County: $1,050

Built: 1983 Listed By: Keller Williams Realty Hudson Valley United

3 BR/2 BA Acres: 1.01 Sold For: $55,000 School Tax: $1,607 Town & County: $1,722

Built: 1976 Listed By: Weichert Realtors

2 BR/2 BA Acres: 1.03 Sold For: $130,000 School Tax: $1,117.71 Town & County: $2,015

Built: 1976 Listed By: McKean Real Estate, Inc.

2 BR/1.5 BA Acres: 0.37 Sold For: $79,787 School Tax: $2,158 Town & County: $1,182

Village Tax: $1,552 Built: 1944 Listed By: Preferred Homes & Properties

3 BR/1 BA Acres: 2.40 Sold For: $179,000 School Tax: $2,045 Town & County: $1,340

Built: 1966 Listed By: Elliott & Pomeroy

3 BR/2 BA Acres: 2.10 Sold For: $249,000 School Tax: $3,738 Town & County: $3,032

4 BR/2 BA Built: 1979 Acres: 0.26 Listed By: Century 21 Sold For: $107,000 Country Realty School Tax: $3,800 Town & County: $3,698

8. Callicoon Township Contemporary/ Cottage/ Farmhouse

7. Bethel Township Contempor ary/Ranch

6. Neversink Township Ranch

5. Lumberland Township Ranch

4. Monticello Township Raised Ranch

3. Liberty Township Cape Cod

Built: 2007 Listed By: Sullivan Realty Associates

7 BR/7.5 BA Acres: 46.95 Sold For: $600,000 School Tax: $4,392 Town & County: $5,302

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Farmhouse with pastoral setting, a large barn and a guest cottage T

he perfect setting! Travel down a quiet country road and turn onto a long, maple-lined driveway and sitting up on a knoll is a charming traditional farmhouse surrounded by 20 beautiful pastoral acres. This private Catskill farm has an impressive three-story 30x68 barn which is solidly built and offers many possible uses from stabling farm animals to storage to indoor recreation to studio space. There is also a two-story guest cottage, outdoor sauna, plus spring house. The interior of the farmhouse has been freshly painted and the main level rooms are bright and airy with good flow. The views of the stocked pond and distant hills and valleys from the front porch are stunning. Upstairs is a master suite with sitting area/office space plus private bath with two pedestal sinks. One of the two additional bedrooms has its own small private half bath. This tasteful renovation is great for entertaining or just for quiet relaxation and once you are here, you will feel right at home.

At top: The farmhouse-style home was built in 1906 is nestled among a gently sloping setting, surrounded by mature woods and fruit trees interspersed on the lawn. It sits on a 20-acre plot, reached by a long, maple-lined driveway. Right: The views of the pond with swimming deck, and of distant hills from the front porch are stunning. Left: The 30x68 barn is solidly built and offers many potential uses. The property also boasts a two-story guest cottage, outdoors sauna and a spring house.

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HOME FEATURES MLS No.: 36945 Style: Farmhouse Type: Single family Address: 169 Stewart Road, North Branch Bedrooms: 3 Full Baths: 2 Partial Baths: 1 Square Feet: 1,800 Acres: 20.00 Township: Callicoon School District: Sullivan West Year Built: 1906 Condition: Renovated, very good Approximate Total Taxes: $8,866 Appliances: Ceiling fan(s), dryer, refrigerator, stove, washer Basement: Full, stone Exterior: Clapboard Interior Amenities: Hardwood floors, skylights, woodstove Electric: Circuit breaker Garage Type: None Land Features: Cleared, fenced/ enclosed, fruit trees, gently sloping, level, mature trees, pasture, pond, private, view, wooded Heating: Baseboard, hot water Fuel: Oil Road: Paved, town/village Sewer: Septic Top: The stocked pond has a deck for fishing, to tie a boat to or to just “hang out” and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Above left: The open floor space in the interior, which has been freshly painted. From the living room one can peer into the dining room, at left, and the kitchen at right. Above right: One of the two full baths, part of the master suite which also features a sitting area/office space. Far left: A view of the two-story guest cottage. Near left: A woodstove complements the baseboard heating.

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From roughing it to comfortable rtable living Thanks to Roscoe Lumber, Peter Sabadka builds his country getaway eter Sabadka was introduced to the Roscoe area in the early ’80s, when the hunter and fisherman stayed with a friend who owned 220 acres. In 1986, he had a chance to buy some of the land, which by then had been subdivided, and became the owner of a 15-acre parcel made for outdoor living and recreation. “It was all wooded then,” Sabakda recalled in his two-story main room, which encompasses a kitchen, dining room and living room. “I didn’t mind roughing it,” he went on, “but I always wanted to build a house.” A native of Czechoslovakia, Sabadka was 41⁄2 in 1952, when he followed his father Joseph to Ethiopia, where the elder Sabadka had been sent as a technician two years before. The young Czech grew up in the capital Addis Ababa, attended a Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) high school, learned the native language, Amharic, and at 10 was given his first gun, a .22 rifle. He said he hunted gazelles, antelopes and warthogs in the ancient country then ruled by Emperor Haile Selassie. “I only shoot what I eat,” said Sabadka of his lifelong love affair with hunting. He belongs to several hunting clubs. Ironically, he does little hunting at his second home these days. “In the early ’80s it was teeming with deer here,” he said. “But now it’s changed… there are more houses, more coyotes. I sit on my deck and hear them howling.” Sabadka

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earned a scholarship to a CBA college in Illinois and received training in aviation mechanics – just in time for massive layoffs in the industry, in 1972. He would eventually earn permanent status and became a United States citizen in 1978. Since 1972 Sabadka has worked at Metric and Multistandard Components Corp. in Westchester, which specializes in metric industrial components with offices/distribution centers across the USA and even a purchasing office in Germany. His late brother-in-law was a partner in the firm. Continued on page 8H

At left, Pete Sabadka built the drawbridge over the stream to connect with the camping area. Right: Two of the upstairs bedrooms. Below: A view of the deck.

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From roughing it to comfortable rtable living Thanks to Roscoe Lumber, Peter Sabadka builds his country getaway eter Sabadka was introduced to the Roscoe area in the early ’80s, when the hunter and fisherman stayed with a friend who owned 220 acres. In 1986, he had a chance to buy some of the land, which by then had been subdivided, and became the owner of a 15-acre parcel made for outdoor living and recreation. “It was all wooded then,” Sabakda recalled in his two-story main room, which encompasses a kitchen, dining room and living room. “I didn’t mind roughing it,” he went on, “but I always wanted to build a house.” A native of Czechoslovakia, Sabadka was 41⁄2 in 1952, when he followed his father Joseph to Ethiopia, where the elder Sabadka had been sent as a technician two years before. The young Czech grew up in the capital Addis Ababa, attended a Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) high school, learned the native language, Amharic, and at 10 was given his first gun, a .22 rifle. He said he hunted gazelles, antelopes and warthogs in the ancient country then ruled by Emperor Haile Selassie. “I only shoot what I eat,” said Sabadka of his lifelong love affair with hunting. He belongs to several hunting clubs. Ironically, he does little hunting at his second home these days. “In the early ’80s it was teeming with deer here,” he said. “But now it’s changed… there are more houses, more coyotes. I sit on my deck and hear them howling.” Sabadka

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earned a scholarship to a CBA college in Illinois and received training in aviation mechanics – just in time for massive layoffs in the industry, in 1972. He would eventually earn permanent status and became a United States citizen in 1978. Since 1972 Sabadka has worked at Metric and Multistandard Components Corp. in Westchester, which specializes in metric industrial components with offices/distribution centers across the USA and even a purchasing office in Germany. His late brother-in-law was a partner in the firm. Continued on page 8H

At left, Pete Sabadka built the drawbridge over the stream to connect with the camping area. Right: Two of the upstairs bedrooms. Below: A view of the deck.

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Country Living by Roscoe Lumber Yard ince 1980, Peter DeVantier and Roscoe Lumber Yard have offered four “Country Living “ models with endless variations. He estimates his company has built well over 100 homes. The basic models are: The Beaverkill Chalet Starts at 720 square feet, 20x24 with 12-foot loft. The shell starts at $45,000 while a complete structure is $87,000. The Willowemoc Ranch Also starts at 720 square feet, 20x36. Shell starts at $41,000 and a complete house costs $76,000. The Trout Town Saltbox Starts at 1,196 square feet, 26x30 with 16-foot loft. Shell starts at $52,000 with complete structure starting at $109,000. The Delaware Lodge A two-story, 2,800 square feet with shell starting at $190,000 and $330,000 complete. “We custom build and there are many different ways of finishing the houses,” said DeVantier. In addition to serving as general contractors, Roscoe Lumber also supplies the materials. The shell includes (partial listing): Framing – Floors and walls, 2x6 exterior wall framing, framed roof rafters or trusses and 30-year architectural shingles. Siding – 1x10 Channel Rustic Pine, rough-faced horizontal pine in gables, all trim rough faced pine. Note: Exterior finishes not included. Windows – Solid vinyl, tilt-wash, low e-glass. Includes nine 36x38 double hung, one 24x48 double hung and one 36x36 slider in kitchen. The many options available include well, septic, full basement, porches and decks, flooring and siding options, pine walls and ceilings and window options. Finished houses include foundations; walls and ceilings (taped and primed sheet rock, moldings and interior paint); kitchen (L-shaped, cabinets, laminate countertop with backsplash and stainless steel sink with faucet); bathroom (tub/shower with faucet, 24-inch vanity and 12-inch round toilet). Many options and styles are available. “We don’t use anybody who’s not from Sullivan County,” DeVantier said of the many subcontractors his company has employed. For info call 607-498-4131 or 845-439-5711

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Sabadka modified the Roscoe Lumber Yard’s “Beaverkill Chalet” plan. The main room shows the hardwood floors and tongue-and-groove walls and ceilings, which added to the cost. Continued from page 7H FROM CAMPING TO LIVING

It took decades before Sabadka began the process of building a home on his acreage, where he continued to camp out (and still does to this day). In the meantime, Roscoe excavator Bill Revicki Sr. had dug out a pond in 1992, which is spring fed and filled even in the driest of seasons. Sabadka put up a pavilion in 2002, adding electricity nine years later. He built a drawbridge over the creek running behind what would become his house, connecting to a wooded area with camping tents. In September 2011, William M. Revicki Jr. & Son Inc. cleared the land. A well, 380 feet deep, produced what Sabadka called good water. When it came to building his house, Sabadka turned to Roscoe Lumber and owner Peter DeVantier, with whom he had dealt with for years and who had built the house across the road from his property. “To me they were always helpful,” he noted. “I pay taxes here, so why not keep the money in Sullivan County?” DeVantier showed Sabadka a brochure and photos of the 100-plus “Country Living” models the company has erected (see sidebar). “I had an idea of what I wanted… something made of wood, with low maintenance,” Sabadka said. Working with retired architect David Tucker, Sabadka modified the Roscoe Lumber basic “Beaverkill Chalet” model.

“I could have put the house on a slab, but I wanted a basement and garage,” he said of the structure. A 10-inch thick foundation was poured in October 2011. Before this could happen, Sabadka had a contractor blast out an area filled with slate rock, some of which he used. He received a Certificate of Occupation in May 2012. The advantages of having a house on the premises were soon apparent. Son Dave – Peter also has a daughter Denise, and a son, Peter Jr. – recalled last Memorial Day: “It was windy and cold. We were happy to get from the pavillion to the house!” The house has electric heat, with every room having its own thermostat. Power from the utility poles on the nearby unpaved road comes through underground cables. Though Roscoe Lumber was the general contractor, Sabadka praised the work of subcontractor and carpenter Terry France. “He did a great job. Everything matches up… all the joints and corners,” he said. Tom Darbee handled the plumbing and Paul Meisner was the electrical contractor. The basic “Beaverkill Chalet” 28x36 foot model on which his house is based starts at $61,000 (shell) and $124,000 (complete). Because of such items as tongue-and-groove interior siding and hardwood floors, Sabadka’s bill for the house was considerably higher. “I waited long enough,” Sabadka summed up about finally making a home on his getway property.

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Advantages of Primer+Paint in one

Every now and then, an innovative new product radically changes the status quo – the automobile, the television, the cellphone. More recently, it’s self-priming interior paints (aka “paint and primer� coatings). “Self-priming paints are more than just a product advancement. They’re an entirely new category of technologically advanced coatings that do double-duty as both primer and paint, offering an array of benefits never before available from a single coating,� says Debbie Zimmer, paint and color expert for the Paint Quality Institute. Like interior primers, these new paint and primer products offer good hiding of both the underneath color and marks that may be present on the surface being painted – and, like high-end paints, they impart a beautiful, easy-to-maintain finish that has good stain resistance and is easily washable. All of these benefits come from a single can, which typically has “paint and primer� printed on the label. By using a self-priming interior paint, a do-it-yourselfer or contractor can quickly repaint an interior space and short-circuit the normal painting regimen: applying a coat of primer over a properly prepared surface followed by two or more coats of

paint. Now, he or she can simply paint that same surface with just two coats of a paint and primer product, thus eliminating an entire application. While these new paint and primer products are a big advancement over conventional coatings, they do have one thing in common with top quality paints, according to Zimmer: “The brands of self-priming products that perform best, meaning they have a great balance of primer and paint properties, all contain 100 percent acrylic latex binder. All-acrylic binder is the ingredient that gives conventional paint exceptional adhesion, toughness and durability, so it’s not surprising that it also elevates the performance of the new paint and primer products,� she says. If you’re thinking about doing some home painting in the near future, you might want to try the “next big thing� in coatings: a paint and primer product that contains 100 percent acrylic binder. When it comes to better and more efficient interior painting, the future is now! To learn more about these paint and primer products, visit the Paint Quality Institute blog at http://blog.paintquality.com/.

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