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1820 farmhouse on 30 acres asks $1.5M

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What more could you want?

farmhouse circa 1820 Photo via Sotheby’s

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Location: Pawling, New York

Price: $1,500,000

Idyllic farmhouse life beckons at this 30-acre estate, located just one and a half hours north of New York City. The restored main house dates back to 1820 and includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three fireplaces spread over 3,500 square feet.

What you see is what you get with this listing: The property will be sold complete with existing furniture and fixtures. Especially enticing is the kitchen, which looks the most updated with industrial-chic pendant lighting, charming sage cabinetry and window trimmings, and, of course, stainless steel appliances. The color scheme is carried over to the dining room with exposed beams and the sitting room.

From the farmhouse, you can look over to a pair of quaint red barns, a pond, woods, and more. According to the listing, the whole property has been maintained pesticide free to the organic standards of New York State.

747 N. Quaker Hill Road is asking $1,500,000 after a recent $500,000 price cut.