Take a drive on Route 9W north of New Paltz along the Hudson River toward the town of Esopus, and you’ll likely discover some things you didn’t know where there. Like, for example, a nature preserve, or a property owned by John Burroughs. Or, a handful of monasteries. And, you might stumble onto a winery. This part of Ulster County is a little pocket of wine country that’s relatively unknown. It includes El Paso Winery, Shier Winery, and the Red Maple Vineyard. We think there’s room for one more, and this property located about 10 minutes south of Kingston’s downtown could fit the bill.
The 21 acre commercial property includes three buildings, a water tower that holds over 84,000 gallons of water, two driveways, and an 1800 square foot farmhouse with 3 beds/2 baths. And that’s just for starters. To round it out, property comes with a three-story 6000+ square foot Dutch barn with three overhead garages, a concrete block warehouse with 8,000+ square feet and 21-foot ceilings, and two dug wells 263 feet deep. This place was made to be distillery works or winery with enough land to plant a small vineyard. The listing offers these suggestions for the property, as well: B&B, wellness spa, retreat, small farm, campground, or sport club.
1592 Route 9W, Esopus (Century 21)