Potential Mini-Farm in Rhinebeck, NY, $384K

  |  March 23, 2020
1800s farmhouse

This 1800s farmhouse in rural Rhinebeck, NY comes with a barn, fruit trees, and garden beds to help start your own personal farmstead.

Three acres is just about the right size for someone looking to attempt some self-sustainability but isn’t ready to commit to sweeping swathes of land requiring near-constant tending. That’s what makes this property so ideal: Not only is the land just big enough to grow bountiful gardens, the barn provides a place to house small livestock, like goats or chickens. In the fall, harvest fruit and make preserves for the winter, and, when spring comes, start all over again.

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It’s not all work and no play. Inside, the c.1820s home is bigger than it appears, with over 3,000 square feet, starting with the entry foyer followed by a spacious living room/dining room crowned with exposed beam ceilings, illuminated by picture windows…

1800s farmhouse

…and, the eat-in kitchen includes butcher block counter tops and storage galore…

…while the bedrooms comes with plank floors, as well as more beamed ceilings…

…and all kinds of storage nooks-and-crannies in the second-floor bedrooms, too.

The property is situated less than 3 miles from Rhinebeck village, close to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, and the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge to the west side of the Hudson River.


1800s farmhouse

Ready to start your own small farm with this 1800s farmhouse? Find out more about 11 Miller Road, Rhinebeck, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley

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