A Roxbury Home Boasting the Ultimate Outdoor Space Hits the Market

This new upstate listing has an antique aesthetic—but was, in fact, built in 2002 with modern amenities and open-plan, 6,700-square-foot interiors. At the heart of the Roxbury home is an all-white, beamed-ceilinged kitchen, which has an easy flow to a family room with a double-height stone fireplace, a glass-walled breakfast room and a more-formal dining space with coffered ceilings and another fireplace. There’s a main-floor master suite with an oversized soaking tub and French doors that open onto a screened porch. And there’s a spa-worthy bluestone terrace with a lap pool, overlooking five landscaped acres. It is listed for $1.785 million with Ira Goldspiel and Howard Schissler, both of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.