Oh, for the power of flight, if just to get a close-up look at the slate tiles that cover the mansard roof on this c.1878 Second Empire Victorian. Located near the hamlet of Claverack-Red Mills, this 3200 square foot 4 bed/3 bath home isn’t the biggest house on the market at this price, but it’s on the National Register of Historic Places and includes 43 acres of verdant, pastoral land. It’s also got a back yard that looks like this:
So that’s happening. The interior is resplendent with earmarks of a Victorian (pocket doors, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood floors, formal dining room, billiard room, and library) plus a meticulous renovation with lots of updates (just look at the kitchen). Additionally, the brand-new carriage house is a tricked-out gym with steam room. Never the leave the house again, recluses.
6109 County Route 9h, Claverack (Stone House Properties)