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Welcome home to the Village of Stamford, once lovingly dubbed the “Queen of the Catskills,” where families used to escape the hustle and bustle of the city to retreat to an area of fresh country air, crystal clear waters, and sights of scenic landscapes and inspiring mountain vistas. Today, the massive village homes and boarding houses offer opportunity as a modern-day retreat or quiet full-time living. Homes have been passionately restored to continue and heighten their legacy. Here’s the opportunity to have an incredible immense home filled with history. Dream up use of the space as an event center, meeting house, creative gallery, artist studio or Catskills retreat. The possibilities are entirely endless. The attached former convent has been converted into 3 rental units (currently fully occupied), so you can live while the tenants pay your mortgage. A sweet landscaped ornamental pond area alongside the entryway welcomes you into the home. The incredible cook’s kitchen offers a Viking gas range, island, granite counters, and tile floor. It’s bright with natural light and kept cozy with warmth from the pellet stove. Stock up with the full butler’s pantry, complete with sink, dishwasher, and plenty of counterspace. Dine in style in the formal dining room and entertain in the parlor or spacious living room with fireplace. The front entrance hall is generous and bright and leads out onto the deluxe front porch with views of Mt. Utsayantha. Back inside the first floor also offers a half bathroom and laundry area. Ascend the grand stairway to the upper two floors containing a total of 8 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Room for everyone! One bathroom is decked out with double vanities, stained glass details, walk-in tiled shower, and copper bathtub. The home is heated with coal and oil furnaces supplemented by the two pellet stoves for efficiency. The electric has been upgraded to 200 AMP service and the apartments have their own separate utilities. Outside, enjoy the spacious yard of 1.83+/- acres. There is also a separate carriage barn for storage.