What more could you ask for? A stunning Greek Revival on 46 acres in Chatham, with views of the Catskill mountains, offers ample space for horses in the 21-stall barn, plus fenced paddocks for your and all your guest horses’ pleasure. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom house was restored with attention to historic detail, especially noted in the custom cabinetry and woodwork, Palladian window, hand-hewn chestnut posts and beams, and four wood-burning brick fireplaces.
The restored White Horse Inn could be a boutique hotel, small inn, spacious home or office and offers excellent visibility on South Street, yet still maintains a private park-like setting. The three levels of living space include eight guest rooms, each with a private bathroom. Owners’ quarters are on the third floor and include two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The large barn in the rear of the property has renovation potential.
You basically have your own private mountain at this 40-acre Copake property that includes a 10-stall horse barn and a small private landing strip. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom home provides a magnificent view from every window. The kitchen flows to the dining room, the den and outside to the patio. The living room has a spired ceiling and fireplace. Additional rooms include the game room and a large family room full of windows. There’s even an elevator that leads to the observatory.
An antique post and beam cottage built in 1825 has views of the Housatonic River and property with perennial gardens and a barn. Located in Lee, the two-bedroom home has a surprisingly spacious living room with maple flooring and fireplace, a library or den with built-in book shelves, a large kitchen with breakfast area and a formal dining room. The cottage also offers original wide pine floors and windows, one-and-a-half-bathrooms and a deck that overlooks the river.
This rambling, 2,900 square-foot mid-century home has many unique features, including glass block windows and a large indoor heated pool. Located on a dead-end street in Taghkanic, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom house was built in 1960 and has a large living room and fireplace, dining areas, sitting rooms, and billiard room. The structure may have modernistic tendencies, but outside it is decidedly country, with 23 park-like acres.
Hudson is home to this restored stick style Victorian still bearing the original decorative detailing from the late 1800s, inside and out. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom city house is distinct with a second floor three-bay squared oriel window, doors and windows with Eastlake trim, original faux-finished stone mantels, dark honey wideboard floors, original unpainted trim and original doors with trigger pull door handles.
Nestled on a country road in Roxbury, this custom-built Colonial features a grand entry foyer with hardwood floor, chandelier and beautiful staircase. Gracious spaces include the living room, two dens (upstairs and downstairs), dining room with fireplace and a chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances, granite counters and breakfast bar that opens to a light-filled sunroom.
A true classic, built in 1840, sits in the rejuvenated river town of Hudson. The Greek Revival has 4,700 square feet filled with elegant spaces, high ceilings and original details that include a portico with columns and a large two-story bay window. The four-bedroom house has a wide hallway with an elegant staircase that leads to double parlors, living room with fireplace and a one-bedroom apartment.
The Alpine Contemporary styled house is surrounded by land that has been extensively landscaped to take advantage of the lakefront views and there is a 400-foot platform right on the water’s edge with a floating dock. The interior features strategically placed windows, open space living, floor-to-ceiling fireplace, great room that encompasses a stylish kitchen and two light-filled bedrooms.
A contemporary house in Richmond takes the sometimes smallish breakfast nook to a whole new level; with walls of windows and a fireplace, it’s more accurately a breakfast room. The nine-acre property was inspired by the work of architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen and features interior spaces which high ceilings that let in plenty of natural light. The great room overlooks the patio and pool; the spacious kitchen has custom-built maple and cherry cabinets; and an interior balcony houses a library.