Owning a property with vast acreage has always been the ultimate luxury.
In the early 1900s, the entire Hudson Valley region became the destination of choice for New York's business and social elite who came to build their opulent "country" estates. Over the years, many have been sold and sub-divided but luckily a few of these large-tract properties have remained intact.
Here are a few of our favorites that have recently come on the market - all within close proximity to New York City.
Devonshire - Bedford - 45 minutes to NYC
101 acres with a circa 1901 Georgian manor, outbuildings and equestrian facilities. Contact J.B. Avery at the Houlihan Lawrence Bedford Brokerage for more information on Devonshire, offered at $30,000,000.
The Hoffman Farm - Shekomeko Valley - 90 miles north of Manhattan
324 acres of picturesque farmland with a Colonial Farmhouse, several ponds, streams and a rushing waterfall in a premier Dutchess County locale. Offered at $12,500,000. Contact Peter Elebash at our Millbrook brokerage for more information on The Hoffman Farm.
3 Ponds Farm - North Salem - 60 minutes to NYC
57 acres with three ponds, an antique cottage and an extensive barn complex in the heart of North Salem horse country. Offered at $14,500,000. Contact Linda Gracie at the Houlihan Lawrence Bedford Brokerage for more information on 3 Ponds Farm.