Charming cottage with vintage details will have you saying 'Home sweet home'

The Campwoods Grounds is a unique community located in the historic village of Ossining, New York. Once a Methodist summer revival camp, it is now the full-time home of about 45 families. The summer cottages have been converted to permanent residences, and this "Campwoods Cutie" is one of those homes.
The cottage is 850 square feet and has two bedrooms, one full bath and one lavatory under the stairs. The floor plan also squeezes in a living room, dining room, kitchen and tea room. Surrounded by trees and with views of the nearby babbling brook, the charming house is a true sanctuary.
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The living room is laid back and casual with lavender walls and neutral furniture. Framed artwork adds interest to the walls, while the wood floor helps the space feel warm and cozy.
The dining area features a vintage style table and chairs, and a distinctive pendant light fixture. An open doorway shows a peek into the kitchen.
The kitchen is unique and retro with sky blue cabinetry and a sloped, tiled ceiling. White walls and white counter tops keep the small space feeling bright and airy.
The tea room is an endearing feature, calling back to historic residential drawing rooms where residents socialized and enjoyed afternoon tea.
The tea room opens to a deck that provides additional outdoor entertaining space and gorgeous views of the surrounding nature.
The planked stairway and wood banister are examples of the home's elegant craftsmanship. A half bathroom under the stairs adds character.
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The bedroom is painted a soothing green, with distinctive architectural details like a sloped ceiling and square windows.

Warm wood floors, original built-ins, and a wood burning fireplace make this house a home.
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