A mix of modern architecture and old-world charm defines this 1820 Catskills manor farmhouse. Perched at the edge of a pristine creek and ancient dam of hand-laid stone, it features ancient hand hewn beams, original wide-plank floors, vaulted spaces, minimalist interiors, floor to ceiling windows framing views of the water, gazebo, sweeping lawns, apple trees, towering pines, and historic barns.
French doors lead to an expansive covered porch, suspended over the water’s edge. Original cast-iron beds and wavy glass windows adorn all sleeping quarters, and vintage farmhouse furnishings.
White exterior, a-frame roof, on water, shed