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Modern farmhouse on over 38 acres outside NYC wants $1.3M

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An 1836 farmhouse was completely rebuilt, with a few original details in tact

A modern colonial-style farmhouse on a wooded lot.
Redesigned by Foz Design and Wolcott Builders
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Clinton Corners, New York

Price: $1,325,000

What could be better than an old farmhouse? Perhaps one that’s been completely modernized but still retains many of it original charms, like this one in Clinton Corners, New York?

Sited on over 38 acres in the Hudson Valley, the 2,350-square-foot residence expertly combines the old and new, boasting a traditional colonial timber construction with exposed rough-hewn ceiling beams, rustic hardwood floors, and generous proportions.

That’s because the home was rebuilt from an 1836 farmhouse and incorporates the original stone fireplace. Elsewhere, the four-bedroom-two-bath features built-in custom cabinetry and gourmet appliances in the kitchen, new lighting, and other design-forward details like an open staircase, a flowing floorplan, and indoor-outdoor living.

Windows abound, providing views onto the surrounding forests, while smart home technology, geothermal heating and cooling, and other energy efficient features make this an eco-friendly retreat just outside New York City. Located at 205 E. Fallkill Road, with two antique outbuildings ready to be converted, it’s offered at $1.325 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty