When a master craftsman builds his own home, the result is often superior. When he also sculpts the land upon which the house sits, and showcases the trees, stone walls, stream and waterfall in a way that creates a serene oasis, the result teems with spirit and integrity. This property is rare in its combination of attention to detail, quality and setting. The heart of the home is the spacious living room, with a beamed and vaulted beadboard ceiling, and a substantial stone fireplace. The adjacent sunroom features a wall of windows and skylights, an ideal spot to read or gaze into the woods. The kitchen cabinetry, as well as the multiple built-ins and wood accents throughout the home, were designed and built by hand with great care from maple and cherry. There’s a first floor bedroom and full bath, ideal for those who are challenged by climbing stairs. Up on the second floor, the home presents options – two bedrooms separated by a spa like bathroom, or a generous primary suite, using the room with built-in storage, barrel-vaulted ceiling and balcony as bedroom, and the other, with cove lighting, as a den, office or nursery. The full walkout basement is unfinished and offers a host of potential uses. The front porch is idyllic and overlooks the parklike setting, and the deck off of the sunroom offers different and equally enchanting vistas. Across the great lawn near the waterfall there’s a footbridge over the stream which leads to a stone fire pit and beautiful outcroppings. There are multiple sheds and storage buildings for vehicles, gear and equipment scattered about the land. The road is quiet year round, and there are seasonal views to the Catskills and the Shawangunk Ridge from this distinctive property.