An exceptional property with an outstanding landscape and a refined residence built in 1938 using period elements from the early 19th century Walter Livingston mansion. Every detail from silver plated door knobs and key hole caps, to the window trim, moldings, mantels and hand-made doors have been retained and repurposed into this graciously designed house. Set on the original stone foundation and now supported by steel beams, the house is solid and uncompromising in its structural integrity. Seven bedrooms are well placed throughout the two residential floors, each with ample closet space and access to three full bathrooms. Large multi-paned windows with their original wavy glass offer incredible views of the property including a panoramic expanse of the Catskill Mountain Range. A two-bedroom guest cottage and an apartment over a garage building are near but not visible from the main house; other various outbuildings include run-in sheds, a period granary, and several barns. The seventy acres are bordered on two sides by the rushing Claverack Creek with a favorite swimming hole found down a bucolic and wooded farm road laced in ferns and native Trout Lillies. Privately set back from a country lane and up the long tree-lined drive, this fourth-generation family compound is on the market for the first time in over seventy-five years.
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