This High Falls treasure was originally the studio of artist Marc Chagall. The home was featured in a 1995 Hudson Valley magazine article, “Chagall’s Days in High Falls.”
This High Falls treasure was originally the studio of artist Marc Chagall. The home was featured in a 1995 Hudson Valley magazine article, “Chagall’s Days in High Falls.” It now has the aesthetic of a hillside cottage and a rich history. This unique home features wood floors and a foundation made from Rosendale cement. The location is ideal as it is in between downtown High Falls and the Mohonk preserve as well as a close drive to New Paltz. You will walk into the home through a sliding door into a tiled mudroom. Through the left door you will find a kitchen that overlooks the backyard. To the right, the open floor living room-dining room features the original wood floors. Upstairs, the primary bedroom features a skylight. The land stretches back to a forested area that can be used as one’s private oasis.
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