Federal Farmhouse in the Hudson Highlands, $1.2M

  |  December 14, 2021
stone Federal farmhouse

The buttoned-up facade of this stone Federal farmhouse belies a comfy interior with original pocket doors and fireplaces. 

To get a little bit more information on this Cornwall, NY property – known as the Carvey-Gatfield House – Wiki drops some tantalizing tid-bits about its early-19th-century construction. The 5,081-square-foot stone beauty was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, and now, it’s on-the-market and ready to scooped up by a lucky, lucky buyer.

stone Federal farmhouse

In addition to the hardwood floors and darling pocket doors, the main house features most of its original features like its multiple fireplaces, trim, and hardware…

stone Federal farmhouse

…with the added bonus of an updated kitchen.

stone Federal farmhouse

Since it includes six bedrooms and five baths, it’s easy start getting visions of innkeeping dancing in your head…

stone Federal farmhouse

…particularly since the property also comes with a two-story barn…

…as well as two more cottages…

…all surrounded by verdant outdoor spaces that must also look pretty darn magical in the wintertime.

The property is located in the town of Cornwall, NY on the other side of the Hudson Highlands from West Point. If you love a serene mountain backdrop, welcome to one of the prettiest around.

stone Federal farmhouse

Feeling fired-up about this stone Federal farmhouse and compound? Find out more about 375 Angola Road, Cornwall, NY from Howard Hanna Rand Realty.

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