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Cute 1850s cottage on 4 acres can be yours for $375K

With little eyebrow windows!

Simple white-framed colonial two-story house with two tall windows on first floor, plus three squat ones on the second.
The house is considered an eyebrow cottage because of the squat windows on the second floor.
Photos via Zillow

Cute as a button and categorized accordingly, this “Designer’s Eyebrow Cottage” in Gallatin in upstate New York is named for the three squat windows on the second floor that resemble, well, eyebrows.

Measuring just over 1,000 square feet, the two-bed-two-bath home was originally built in the 1850s as workmen’s lodging, was moved to its current four-acre spot in the 1940s, and has since been completely restored and renovated. Still, a few period details remain, including wide-plank floors, the afore-mentioned windows, and its wooden construction.

On the first floor are the living room, kitchen, and dining area, as well as a bathroom and laundry room, while upstairs are the two bedrooms and a bath—and don’t forget the little eyebrows! There’s even a deck, accessed by French doors from the dining room, that overlooks the wooded site and the Roeliff Jansen Kill (Roe Jan River).

Located at 660 County Route 7 just 20 minutes from Hudson and two hours from New York City, it’s yours for $375,000.

Via: Zillow, Peggy Lampman Real Estate