Just down the road from the house where novelist J.D. Salinger spent 57 years in seclusion and near the studio of famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, this 160-acre historic farm has been in the same family for "generations," but not for much longer. Listed for $899K, the Bartlett Farm consists of an expanded 1826 brick Cape, a post-and-beam barn, miles of original stone walls, a swimming pond, and a 200-tap sugar maple orchard. The impeccably-maintained main house boasts four bedrooms, four bathrooms, stenciled walls by early-19th-century master Moses Eaton, wide plank floors, and all the understated luxury one might need to get along in this bourgeois artists' colony.
· Bartlett Farm [Zillow]