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Renovated 1840s home in upstate New York asks $1.8M

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The home was moved to and reassembled on this site

Exterior view of wooden Federal home with wood-trimmed windows and porch.
The Federal home was originally built in the 1840s and has since been renovated—and moved.
Photos courtesy of Eric Bean Real Estate

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Location: Kerhonkson, New York

Price: $1,800,000

This 1840s Federal-style home in New York’s Hudson Valley has had many lives. Originally built in Wappinger Falls, the wooden house was moved about 40 miles northwest to Kerhonkson and carefully reassembled in 2006 with many of its original details intact, while also having been thoughtfully expanded.

Now encompassing three bedrooms and four bathrooms set over 3,900 square feet, the elegant residence includes a living room with fireplace, formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and a fireplace, and an expansive lower-level family and media room.

Original wide-plank floorboards and exposed chestnut beams are complemented by period-appropriate floors and wood trim and paneling in the addition, which holds the new kitchen and the master suite.

The home also boasts a wealth of outdoor living and entertaining opportunities, including a large deck with views to the spring-fed pond, surrounding meadows and the Catskill Mountains, two barns, corn crib, and an entry shed—all on 18 acres of land. Located at 43 Palentown Road, the property is offered at $1.8 million.

Courtesy of Eric Bean Real Estate