The Field Studio is in a very convenient private place. Off Route 375 at the end of Hasbrouck Lane is the studio driveway that goes along a large field. As you go down the field driveway you will see a very unique building surrounded by over 65 acres, the studio property is 7 acres. The land is so special because of its location, so private yet very close to town, you can get the newspaper in 3 minutes. The forest is all around, and the beautiful field is where there might appear deer, turkeys, geese, fox and other wild animals. There is a hammock hung between two trees, a table with umbrella and chairs to hang out on close by in the field. You will see an unobstructed view of the mountains and sky. Also you might see geese taking off over your head as they assemble in a nearby pond.
There is parking in front of the Studio. The building is nature-inspired with two large windows creating the entire front of the building. It is completely insulated with an interior color scheme of light brown that works with the original wood and beamed ceiling. Once you are inside, the huge windows facing the field allows one to feel so connected to the outdoors and yet protected in the pleasant cozy indoor space. The studio is one large space with pine floors. The two unique vintage heavy doors were found in a Massachusetts flea market. One door is square with square glass inset and the other arched with a triangle glass inset. The original barn wood room has a charm all its own that will give you a warm, comfortable, uncomplicated living space. There’s lots of lighting fixtures but the great large hanging iron chandelier is especially effective. A 4 post queen bed with night stands over by the side window give graciousness and distinction. There is a coffee table and couch where you can relax, look out the windows, have a glass of wine or watch a movie. The studio has a flat screen, Apple TV, WI-FI, Bluetooth for your tunes, and Netflix. All you need for access to the outside world.
Behind the couch is an iron marble top table with 4 different coffee makers and an espresso press. The free standing butcher block is there to help with preparing food. An antique bakery shelf holds dishes, pans, a toaster oven and a microwave. There is 4 burner oven stove for cooking and a large refrigerator that fits nicely in the kitchen area. Adding to your cooking possibilities, there is a grill outside for use in the summer.
Across from the kitchen is a large French easel, an asset if you want to bring drawing pads or do some painting. Up against one large window is a country table and chairs with a long bench. One is always aware of nature whether you are using the table for something or having breakfast while looking out the windows. There is always a reminder of the larger outside world.
Remaining in the Studio is the vintage barn-wood enclosed bathroom with an interesting hanging night light. It has a large antique sink, a bathtub and shower, clean colorful towels that are folded on a barn wood shelf overhead for you.
As you can see from the pictures, The Woodstock Field Studio is all about fun stuff. Nothing is better than ever minute having a good time and worry-free.