$275,000 - sold
THE MAIN HOUSE: 18 Hollow Rd
5 BED / 2 BATH | 2928 SQ FT | 6.6 ACRES | BUILT 1776
THE BARN: Corner of Hollow Rd & Creek Rd
1120 SQ FT | BUILT 1773
Presenting the DeWitt House, constructed in 1776 with a rich history and exquisite details throughout. In a quaint hamlet, on 6+ acres, the house is surrounded by a stream, a pond, and beautifully landscaped gardens with a plethora of perennials nurtured and cared for by the owners over decades. The home features three levels, five bedrooms, three fireplaces, two country kitchens, and two bathrooms. There is a ground floor master, and the lower level accommodations have a separate entrance and kitchen. Architectural details are unsurpassed and full of character including hand carved mantles, hand hewn beams, and double Dutch doors. A unique and one-of-a-kind opportunity to bring an iconic estate back to life after a fire and smoke damage. The land offers many possibilities for the astute entrepreneur including potential to subdivide. There are three parcels, sub-dividable into one acres lots, residential and commercially zoned. Frontage along 9G provides many commercial possibilities. Conveniently located just 10 minutes to the center of Rhinebeck village.
Incredible 200+ year old original barn in the quaint village of Staatsburg, just waiting your imagination! The two story traditional red barn has old wide board floors and barn beams, and sits on 3.2 acres with a pond. There are great sliding barn doors, and even a hay loft. The land is currently zoned to allow for subdivision into one acres residential lots. This could be an amazing residence oozing original character, or build your main home elsewhere on the parcel and use the barn as a studio, workshop, or a deluxe abode for your chickens! This is an idyllic area to make your nest. Just 10 minutes to shopping and dining in Rhinebeck village, and a stones throw to Mills State Park with endless hiking trails and a marina on the Hudson River. Grab the train in Rhinecliff or Poughkeepsie for a scenic ride along the Hudson into NYC.
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