Since 1968, Gibson E. McKean Real Estate, Inc. has greeted those seeking a place to call home. Whether you’re looking for a quiet country home weekend get-away with land, riverfront or lakefront, a permanent luxury residence or have a desire to run a commercial business in this glorious area, our agents will help you find that special place.
Secluded Log Home with Private Lake
Your own private lake is the centerpiece of this 160 acre country estate. Totally secluded lake for swimming, fishing, skating or kayaking. The Adirondack style home features great room with massive stone fireplace, large eat-in kitchen/den area, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, sleeping loft and huge finished basement. Hardwood floors, 3 fireplaces and many extras. Entertainment deck overlooks your private dock and fabulous view…
Take a deep breath and exhale. Then listen to the sounds of birds and feel the soft breeze across your face as the stress drifts away. Welcome to the Delaware River Highlands, a rich region which spans Sullivan County, NY and Orange County, NY along with Pike & Wayne Counties in PA.
Less than two hours from midtown Manhattan, Gibson E. McKean Real Estate, Inc. is located in the charming hamlet of Barryville on the scenic Upper Delaware River in Upstate New York. Our office is 15 minutes from the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, the original site of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. We are only 20 minutes from the Metro North station and only 15 miles from Lake Wallenpaupack in Hawley, PA.
Residential & Commercial Real Estate — Homes • Land • Water • Rentals
Licensed in New York: NY - 31M0003523 and Pennsylvania: PA - NM026898A.
We’re located two hours from New York City in upstate hamlet of Barryville, NY.
We service all of Sullivan County, New York as well as Pike County and Wayne County in Pennsylvania.
We market real estate in the towns of Barryville, Minisink Ford, Eldred, Yulan, Highland Lake, Forestburgh, Glen Spey, Callicoon, Jeffersonville, Bethel, Narrowsburg, Pond Eddy, Shohola, Lackawaxen, Masthope, Livingston Manor, Cochecton, North Branch and other Upper Delaware Catskills communities.