Revolutionary War era Estate is on the National Register of Historic Places. British Army Major Augustine Prevost constructed the manor in 1793. Meticulously maintained by current owners, upgrades include the electrical system, new plumbing, zoned heating and central air conditioning. The house sits at the culmination of a serpentine drive , surrounded by undulating meadows, expansive forests, gracious gardens, sparkling streams and a fish/skate/swim pond. The gingerly restored structure retains 18th century ambiance with original architectural details throughout, while embracing present day amenities. There are twin chimneys with 7 fireplaces, parlors, tap room, wine cellar and wide board hemlock floors. A pair of centuries old hand-hewn timber-peg barns completes the farmstead.Estate offers myriad potential/ options as a private home or as a corporate retreat or spectacular boutique venue. 30 minutes to Hudson/ Amtrak and Albany Airport.
Listing courtesy of Halstead Hudson Valley, LLC.