This Greene County farmstead on 95 acres will have you dancing with joy over its numerous attributes.
Looking for a family farm or your next agri-tourism project? Dancing Lamb Farm, perched on Greene County’s highest point, was the first inn to be established in Greene County, then turned into apartments during the 1980s. With the construction of a barn in 2000, the farm has since been used primarily for raising Icelandic sheep and comes with equipped for sheep/goat milking and cheese production.
The massive, 10,221-square-foot main house is comprised of multiple residences set up to produce income, with a second house that could be owner-occupied. We love the hardwood floors and antique built-ins within the huge country kitchen…
…and, you can keep making artisan cheese thanks to this well-maintained operation…
…and, charming, hand-constructed outbuildings and gardens make us feel like we’ve been transported to a hidden farm in Iceland set against a dramatic mountain backdrop.
In addition, the farm is established in an area for growing produce, with extensive raspberry hedge, flowers, and fruit trees included with the property, which also maintains an agricultural exemption.
Earlton, NY is located in the northern Catskill Mountains, about ten miles north of Catskill village on the Hudson River, and just over two hours from NYC.
Can’t resist this Greene County farmstead on 95 acres? Find out more about 212 Harold Meyer Road, Earlton, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
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