You've always admired the retro styling of Airstream trailers and dreamt of setting off to some peaceful, remote spot to completely disconnect from your chaotic life. Well here is your chance! Laid-out like a meticulously-designed small boat, the bedroom features a comfortable queen size bed with windows (and shades) all around. There is even a small TV. The bathroom includes a shower (there is an outdoor shower off the back, too) with plenty of hot water, and the kitchen and accoutrements have been organized in such a clever fashion that you will marvel. Even the dining table and surrounding leather banquette convert handily to another queen size bed (king). Though this property closes in winter (at over 1 mile, the driveway is too long to plow), there is heat in the Airstream for comfort during chilly evenings. Wake to sunrise and the most pristine peace and quiet, and watch the fog in the valley slowly burn off. But wait, there's more! The plan was to add a small screened platform, but witness the really quite fabulous Pavilion! This fully-enclosed outbuilding is wrapped in numerous casement windows, echoing the feeling of a screened porch or sunroom, but then includes a comfy lounge, dining table, breakfast bar, terrific kitchen, and delightful full bathroom. And if your disconnecting from civilization does not mean missing the big game, grab the remote, there's a TV. It's pretty much a given that you and your peep(s) will want to hang at the mega fire pit under the stars. This is where people converse, where they connect. It's where your daily routine has not just been broken, it's been obliterated. It's what you'll remember when you think back on this vacation. This outstanding property is adjacent to the Neversink Unique Area (aka Neversink Gorge) an exceptional 6,500 acre preserve owned by New York State that features the Neversink River and surrounding lands. What makes this so cool, is that access to the river generally requires a 1.5 mile hike in, to reach this utterly unspoiled waterway, with its notable trout fishing, pools for swimming or plunging, and its memorable beauty. The Perch has a trail that leads into the Gorge proper, and a much shorter trail in. Some notes about staying at The Perch: It really is remote. There is cell service, and the Village of Monticello is just about 10 minutes away by car (a quarter of that just getting back to the road). but if you require Starbucks within walking distance, the sound of garbage trucks at dawn, and pizza delivery, you would do better elsewhere. The property largely runs on solar power, with generator for key components like the water pump and the a/c in the Pavilion.