Witt Construction - Oak Street
West Side Cottage
96 Oak Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
2312 sq. ft.
This home offers privacy on a city lot. The exterior is a combination of maintenance free vinyl siding, cedar shakes and stone accents on the front and back porches. The floor plan is designed for a young family with open space, a custom kitchen and formal dining room for entertaining on the first floor.
There is an office off the foyer and a grand mudroom with access to the side yard and a unique open staircase to the kitchen. The second floor includes a private master sweet and two children's bedrooms. The finished lower level includes a playroom, guest bedroom suite and secondary stairway with access to the garage.
- Designed for in-town privacy
- Witt signature built-ins
- Custom kitchen opens to dining room and family room
- Curved wall in second floor hallway
- Built-in linen drawers and cabinets at top of stairs
Energy Efficiencies & Green Technology
- Zoned Heating
- Air to air heat exchanger
- Closed cell foam insulation
About Witt Construction, Inc.:
Witt Construction, Inc. designs, builds and renovates homes that are fine in detail, striking in appearance, efficient in use and enduring in value. This national award winning custom design build firm has been featured in many national publications. Building homes which are truly unique in their presence and home design; this is a one of a kind custom company that builds homes from $200,000.00 up to $1,000,000.00+. For more information on new homes or renovations please contact Marci Robinson at [email protected] or (518) 587-4133.
Design: Witt Construction, Inc.
Landscaping: By Owner
Lead Interior Design: Leah Margolis Design, LLC
Kitchen Design: Columbia Cabinet Works
Witt Construction | (518) 587-4113
Directions to West Side Cottage:
From I-87, take exits 13N, 14, or 15 and follow signs to downtown Saratoga Springs. From Broadway (Route 9/50), turn west on Congress Street (across from Congress Park). Continue on Congress Street as it becomes Grand Avenue. From Grand Avenue, turn left onto Birch Street, and then second left onto Oak Street.