Portions of this c.1850s farmhouse still remain, including dramatic exposed brick walls.
Situated in western Orange County, NY, this old-fashioned farmhouse has been added onto in a subtle, non-obtrusive fashion, with the modern portion at the rear, craftily blending in with the rustic/Federal-style facade.
You can see its pedigree here in the living room with rough-hewn support beams, brick fireplace, under-staircase storage, and plank floors…
…but things get much more contemporary in the kitchen and dining area…
…with the brick walls to remind you of the house’s past as you test out your newest recipe in a kitchen equipped with commercial, six-burner Viking range, Sub-Zero fridge, and custom cherry cabinetry. An adjoining office space helps keep you productive and focused.
More antique features are on display on the second floor of the 2,146-square foot house, like barn doors and refinished plank floors. Also on the second floor is the master suite overlooking the backyard creek. Bedroom number two is on the first floor.
Creekside life has its advantages. Go trout fishing, swimming in the summer, and kayaking in your backyard anytime you want…
…and, next to the main house is a 1,800-square-foot, two-story barn awaiting your creative vision.
The .64-acre property is located in the Hudson Valley’s Black Dirt Region, known for its fertile farmland. It’s also know for the fact that it sits within a flood plain, so do your due diligence with those FEMA maps.
Charmed by this farmhouse’s vintage features, like brick walls, and new features, like a gourmet kitchen? Find out more about 91 Gardnerville Road, New Hampton, NY from Coldwell Banker.
Halter Associates Realty