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Recent Home Sales 2. MLS 46783 Liberty Township Tudor/TwoStory

1. MLS 47431 Highland Township Ranch 3 BR / 1 BA Acres: 0.62 Sold For: $18,000 School Tax: $1,902 County Town & Village:

$2,207 Built: 1969 Listed By: Elliott & Pomeroy Real Estate

5. MLS 45789 Tusten Township Cape Cod 3 BR / 1 ½ BA Acres: 0.75 Sold For: $120,000 School Tax: $2,404 Town & County: $2,616

3 BR / 1 ½ BA Acres: 0.17 Sold For: $51,000 School Tax: $2,394 Town & County: $1,424

Village Tax: $1,811 Built: 1920 Listed By: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Peters Realty

4 BR / 3 ½ BA Acres: 1.36 Sold For: $159,900 School Tax: $4,074 Town & County: $3,393

3 BR / 1 BA Acres: 1.86 Sold For: $70,000 School Tax: $3,273 Town & County: $2,783

Built: 2009 Listed By: Resort Realty

7. MLS 39869 Forestburgh Township Ranch

6. MLS 47851 Forestburgh Township Raised Ranch Built: 1950 Listed By: Keller Williams RE Hudson Valley United

4. MLS 47279 Fallsburg Township Two-Story

3. MLS 44417 Thompson Township Custom

Built: 1988 Listed By: Rieber Realty

4 BR / 2 BA Built: 1909 Acres: 0.93 Listed By: Century 21 Sold For: $92,000 Country RE School Tax: $1,838 Town & County: $2,578

8. MLS 47270 Bethel Township Contemporary

3 BR / 2 BA Built: 1973 Acres: 52.00 Listed By: Catskill Castles Sold For: $455,000 School Tax: $ 15,385 Town & County: $ 12,481

6 BR / 4 ½ BA Acres: 7.82 Sold For: $660,000 School Tax: $8,423 Town & County: $7,839

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Left: Modern Catskills, a sustainable building company, built this ‘green’ house on River Road in Damascus, Pa. Below: The River Road house was a prototype for Modern Catskills, which now has one home completed and four in the works. Bottom: This modern ‘green’ home in Narrowsburg features passive solar design. That means that the house was built with the position of the sun in mind, and maintains heat in the winter and rejects heat in the summer

The ease of being green Modern Catskills creates energy-efficient homes BY ISABEL BRAVERMAN

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t’s not beyond the realm of possibilities to do these things,” says architect Karl Wasner. He’s speaking about the myriad of ways that homeowners and builders can make their homes more energy-efficient and sustainable. While ‘green’ building is not a new concept, there are businesses in the area that are using green practices while building new homes. Wasner and realtor Sandra Riedel started Modern Catskills, a company that creates sustainable customizable pre-designed homes, one-and-a-half years ago. Consumers can choose the size of the home (small, medium, or large) and can choose from three styles: rustic, industrial, or minimal. Riedel said, “We saw a need in the real estate market for modern, eco-friendly homes.” Riedel and Wasner started the business because they had many friends who live in the city who wanted to buy a house in the area, but couldn’t find any affordable options. “This came into

focus a few years ago because we were seeing our peers not being able to move out of the city,” Wasner said. They wanted to be able to provide possibilities for a sustainable home that also didn’t cost a pretty penny. The cost of the house depends on the size and other upgrades that the homeowners may choose to add, such as a guest wing, a swimming pool, or storage shed. “We want to make it as seamless and easy for the consumer as possible,” Wasner said. The ‘green’ homes are sustainable in many ways. All of the houses are created using sustainably sourced and local (where possible) materials. The appliances are Energy Star approved. The houses are super insulated with natural materials and have efficient heating and cooling systems that save on energy and cost. In addition, the houses themselves aren’t very large, so they are easier to maintain heating and cooling. The houses also come pre-equipped to install solar panels if the homeowners choose to do so. They also have a builtin “passive solar design.”


In passive solar building design, windows, walls, and floors are made to collect, store, reflect and distribute solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and reject solar heat in the summer. This is called passive solar design because, unlike active solar heating systems, it does not involve the use of mechanical and electrical devices. Wasner works with clients to tailor their sustainable needs. “We educate the customer, because they don’t even know what is possible. We show them what the basic requirement is and then they see what we’re doing, [which is above the requirement],” Wasner stated. Not only are the homes built with sus-

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SULLIVAN COUNTY DEMOCRAT tainable practice in mind, they also have modern design and décor touches. The company has already built one prototype house on River Road in Damascus, Pa., and another home on Lake Ridge Road in Narrowsburg. They currently have four projects in the works. Wasner attended Pratt Institute School of Architecture and he and his wife moved to the area in 1998. Both architecture and nature are passions of Wasner. “I’ve always loved building and the environment has always been key in my life,” he said. Modern Catskills builds homes that are not only energy sustainable, but will last for generations to come.

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Right: Rosehaven Alpacas has a boutique and fiber mill on Route 17b in Bethel. Below: The fiber mill and boutique makes hand-dyed yarn from alpaca, and other animal, fur. The store offers alpaca fashions, yarn, gifts and antiques. An alpaca rug would be perfect for your home, where you can cozy up in some alpaca slippers.

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or weekenders Michele Armour and Rob Bruce, splitting life between the country and the city is a natural process. The couple owns Rosehaven Alpacas but they still maintain their jobs in television production in New York. The melding of their two worlds could be seen when Bruce brought an alpaca on the show

he works for: The View. In addition to their farm, they opened a store and mill in Bethel within the past few years. The Rosehaven Boutique sits right on Route 17B next to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and offers clothing and wares made from alpaca and other animal fibers, like wool. The

shop also has all different kinds of dyed yarn. You can find everything from sweaters to hats to rugs. Armour and Bruce bought the farm in 1995 but werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really sure what to do with it. Serendipity played a role as they suddenly started seeing or hearing about alpacas everywhere. They hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even heard of the cute, furry


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animals before then. But on a trip to the grocery store, Bruce saw a strange looking creature standing in the middle of the road. It turns out their neighbors’ alpacas had gotten loose. Bruce helped return them home, and a fascination with alpacas began. They researched alpacas and were able to find some from local farms. They bought four alpacas and started their farm. Today, they have 120 alpacas. They bring their wares to green markets in Union Square and

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Fort Green and holiday markets in Union Square. They also attend the Harvest Festival and Alpaca Festival at Bethel Woods. At the mill, they work with local fiber artists and weavers. “What we’re trying to do is help local farms,” Armour said. They receive fiber from all over the country and in the mill process it into yarn and also hand-dye it. Between the farm, the store, and the mill, “it’s a little cottage industry,” Armour said.

Classic colonial farmhouse with a modern twist. Built in 2003, the house has been well cared for and combines traditional country living with contemporary amenities. Set on a level 1.84 acre lot w/a nice lawn and plantings, it is surrounded by woods for privacy. Traditional center hall leads to large living room w/fireplace, a generous kitchen and dining area. 3 BRs, 1.5 baths. The 24’x14’ master bedroom has a woodburning fireplace. Spacious family room and adjoining den in basement level. The full-length back porch is private and spacious for outdoor grilling and dining, and it looks over the level backyard w/fire pit.

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JEFFERSONVILLE - A long tree lined private drive with wild flowers and perennials leads you to a beautifully set 1900 farmhouse on 55 acres. 5 Bedroom 2 full bath home features Great Room, w/cozy efficient wood stove, surrounded by windows affording views of beautiful snowfalls and sun filled vistas. The Great Room overlooks an in ground swimming pool, field stone patio, apple orchard and fields. Lovely pergola set on huge stone patio. Large farm pond and a 1200 sq ft pole building (barn/garage) complete with sliding hangar door. 2 Hours from Manhattan w/easy access to The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and the new Resort World Catskill Casino. Only five minutes to Jeffersonville. MLS# 48330..... OFFERED AT $499,000

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space within the house. Complete with a bathroom and bedroom with a spare room upstairs, the space would make a great office or extra guest room. The upstairs attic space, features a skylight, trusses on the ceiling and all original hardwood floors. The outside property surrounding the house on the 2.3 acres features an inground swimming pool with landscape rocks surrounding it that makes you think you stepped into the Garden

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of Eden. In the pool area, you will find a pergola that overlooks the pool and makes the perfect spot to hang a hammock to rest after a full day of swimming. Around the corner from the pool, you will find a pond tucked away in the corner that will bring birds of prey and in the spring you can start to hear the spring peepers serenade you to sleep. As you walk to the other side of the farmhouse, you’re surprised to find an outdoor brick pizza oven, complete with a table with all the fixings one will need to make the classic brick oven

pizza. The wrap-around covered porch will give you plenty of options to help decorate your home. With room for chairs and side tables, making it the perfect spot to get away from it all and get lost in a novel while you sip your coffee and hear the birds sing their morning songs. The farmhouse is located in a unique part of the county where everything you need is just a short drive away. Nearby is Narrowsburg’s and Callicoon’s downtown area where there are plenty of art galleries, restaurants and boutique shops. The historic site of the 1969

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Woodstock festival is close by where you can visit Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and explore what this important 60’s event was all about. This farmhouse is nestled in the Delaware Valley which is known around the world as one of the best fishing spots. The Delaware River is nearby and makes it a perfect place to go fishing or boating to your heart's content This property is currently listed with Cathleen Breen at Eagle Valley Realty 6569 State Route 97, Narrowsburg, NY 12764 Main: 845-252-3085 Cell: 914799-1832

HOME FEATURES MLS No.: 4220836 Price: $359,000 Acreage: 2.3 Zip: 12764 Land Features: Level, Mature Trees, Pond, Private Interior Features: Attic, Hardwood Total Total Finished sq. ft.: 1396 Location: Narrowsburg area County: Sullivan Exterior Features: Outbuilding, Pool In Ground, Porch School: Sullivan West

Top: Inground pool is a key feature in this country home and with pergola nearby to hang the hammock and relax. Right: The outdoor brick oven will let you make the perfect pizza while you entertain your guest. Far right: With original antique wood floors, the home will give you that country feel you have been looking for.


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lenn Smith has been a consulting engineer in Monticello since 1986. From that time he’s seen much growth in the county. But especially in the past few years or so he’s seen more growth and more people coming to the area than ever before. Smith’s business on Broadway in Monticello specializes in municipal work and private developers. Municipal work could include town design, roads,

sewer systems, zoning and such. Smith said he goes to many town planning board meetings to consult with the town board on such projects. Private developer work could include housing developments and subdivision lots. Smith said the housing developments they work on typically have 30-50 homes and are in the towns of Thompson, Fallsburg and Liberty. One big project they worked on is the The Tribeca Estates Development off Gamble Road near South Fallsburg is a 76 home project built in 2016 and 17, with swimming pools, ball field and large community building.

Glenn Smith is a consulting engineer with an office in Monticello. He’s been in the business since 1986 and says in recent years he sees positive growth in Sullivan County.

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YO1 wellness center in Monticello that recently opened. Smith and his company worked on the site design of the facility and started that project three years ago. The new yoga and health retreat center currently has 140 employees and will grow to 200 (talk about immense growth in Sullivan County). Although Smith said he has seen an influx of people moving to the area and more projects under development, the amount of engineers in the county has gone down, with currently only “a handful.” However, Smith has not slowed down. He said his company usually has 45-60

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nce you find your perfect home, one of the first things you would like to do is grill. Especially during the summer months, grilling your food outdoors can be a welcoming site to your friends and family. But grilling involves fire, it can be dangerous if you do not keep in mind a few things. You should never use a propane or a charcoal grill indoors and they should only be used outside in a well ventilated area. Grills should be placed well away from your home, deck railings and out from under eaves and overhanging branches. While children and pets are playing outside, you should be mindful of how close they are to the grilling area. Grills can be easily tipped over by children and pets as they play around the backyard. Before lighting and during grilling you should always try to keep your grill clean of grease. Food particles and

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