Spacious Victorian village home was built in 1861 as parsonage for the only church designed by artist Thomas Cole, who lived and worked only steps down the street. Wood floors, dormers, window seats, and period details on three floors. Three fireplaces, including with gas. The first floor has 2 bedrooms, 1 and 1/2 baths, living room, dining room and a high-ceilinged loft-like kitchen within a Great Room and a screened side porch. The third floor has a large sunny artist's studio and office spaces, with views to Catskills and magnificent sunsets seen from porches on all floors. Second floor is currently an apartment with 2 bedrooms, polished wood floors, living room, kitchen, washer/dryer and full bath. Top floor includes two guest rooms, full bath, office spaces and a 500 sq ft artist's studio with fabulous light on three sides. Full basement includes workroom and set-up for a darkroom sink. Original set-back front porch with swing and privacy plantings.