A long, tree-lined drive leads to this meticulously crafted 1790 Federal style home, which was disassembled, relocated from its original site in
Dutchess County, and exactingly reassembled on its current site by a noted master craftsman in 2006. The soul and detail of an elegant older
home coexist with the conveniences of new construction as a result of the modern infrastructure and building techniques that were employed in
the transition. Exposed original beams, wide-plank flooring, four wood-burning fireplaces, exposed stonework and multi-paned windows dovetail
seamlessly with luxe bathrooms, a cook’s dream of a kitchen, central air, and all the space and amenities one would need to entertain in style.
Bedrooms are inviting, living and dining rooms are graceful, and the family room, with heated brick floors, is an ideal spot for a home-office.
Spectacular mountain views, lush landscaping, a spring-fed pond, lovely meadows and historic barns are a sure reminder that the city is far, far
Updated on September 13, 2020 at 1:29 pm