Real Estate Changes: November 9, 2011

Denver Valley home
Cheryl Rywak from Airmont has parted ways with her precious Denver Valley home. After a long and ambitious search, the new owners Jeff and Lisa Alder from Flanders, NJ have finally found their Catskill Mountain Paradise. As soon as they pulled on the driveway off County Route 36 and saw this exceptional contemporary resting on the hillside meadow, they knew they had found their future retirement house. The Golden Retrievers are going to love it; 16 acres and a pond; doesn’t get any better! Goodbye Jersey, hello Catskills! The property was listed exclusively by Ben Fenton/Sales Associate and sold by Stacy S. Keck-Colliton/Associate Broker, both from Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Catskill Getaway
Newlyweds Rachel Simone and Peter Ivanac were anxious to have a Catskill Getaway close to skiing and near the Catskill Park. When they saw the cottage owned by Andrew Williams and Juan Navarro in Margaretville they knew it was just perfect. Big attractions were the hot tub and spring-fed pond. Now with keys in hand, they are excited to settle in. This was a Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties exclusive — listed and sold by Carol Spinelli.

Antique farmhouse
Hans and Marion Hohn have sold their charming antique farmhouse on the Denver Vega Road to Breck Armstrong and Jenn Mancini of Brooklyn. The couple are looking forward to enjoying their new country home with huge great room for hosting their close-knit friends at their Catskills’ retreat. The property was listed with and sold by Reginald Oberlag, associate broker at Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Palmer Hill home
Peter and Jane Navarra have sold their Horseshoe Valley home on Finkle Road high atop Palmer Hill in Andes, to Lino and Jennifer Gomez of Manhattan. After years of searching for the perfect country retreat, the couple looks forward to enjoying the magnificent views and pond at their new Catskills’ home year-round with their young son and other friends and family. The property was exclusively listed by Susan Doig and sold by Reginald Oberlag, both associate brokers at Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Stamford contemporary
Mr. and Mrs. Adman could not be happier with the purchase of their new mountaintop contemporary on over 10 acres in the Stamford area. The Adman family is very much looking forward to spending their first holiday in the Catskills, and will be enjoying this lovely home for many, many years to come. This property was listed exclusively by Ray Pucci of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties, and sold by Christine O’Shaughnessy also with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Harpersfield home
Kathy Peterson has sold her adorable home in a quiet corner of Harpersfield to Wayne and Terri Griffiths. They already have plans for a large garden, including fruit trees and berry bushes. The property was exclusively listed by Christine O’Shaughnessy and sold by Ben Fenton, both of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Home on Cottone Road
Richard Koster has purchased a home on Frank Cottone Road in the Town of Roxbury from Frank DeCillis. The Koster family plans on enjoying the great outdoors with the 45 acres, open views, woods and stream. The property was listed exclusively and sold by Jill Ogden, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Walton home
Paul and Lynn Carlstrom have sold their home at 22 Maple Street, Walton, to Larry Light and Jack Steele. Mr. Light and Mr. Steele are looking forward to being residents in the Maple Street neighborhood and settling into their lovely new home. The exclusive listing and sale was managed by Sandra J. Sheradin, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Roxbury home
David and Yvette Goldman from Rye recently purchased a home in Roxbury from Joseph and Anita Warren of White Plains. This charismatic and rustic home on 22 acres offers complete privacy, mountain views and a half-acre fishing and swimming pond. This will serve as a weekend home for the Goldmans and David, an avid hunter, is looking forward to the upcoming big game season. This sale was brought about by a cooperative effort between Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties and Frank Lumia Real Estate Plus. Kevin Valk and Axel Schwolow were the agents involved.