In Garrison, New York, the storied heritage community once home to railroad robber barons, the studio of industrial designer Russell Wright and where Barbra Streisand famously filmed the 1969 film adaptation of Hello Dolly, a historic "green" oasis awaits in the heart of the Hudson Highlands. Local lore holds that Benedict Arnold passed through the property during his stint across the river as Commander of West Point. A string of re-imagined, carefully interconnected barns, the oldest dating to 1750, seamlessly weave together a sophisticated country retreat, with a versatile artist's studio and large guest house connected by graceful breezeways and terraces. Views of grassy meadow and mountain are protected through conservation easements complimenting the Atlantic Flyway. Outdoors, a pool, tennis court and pergola fit for the finest farm-to-table feasts coexist harmoniously with the landscape in tasteful Hudson Valley fashion. With nearby destinations like Cold Spring village, hiking at Storm King Mountain and Breakneck Ridge and more, the possibilities are endless for a thoughtful, nuanced lifestyle augmenting the region's innate scenic beauty.
Take a bird's eye tour of this remarkable property: