This three acre farmhouse compound captures the Hudson Valley dream in a way few properties can. Dating to 1810, it's said Currier & Ives made a print of this enchanting Garrison property, long before flannel-clad day tourists discovered the trails, trees and other timeless natural draws of the area. A stony babbling brook winds through the property, just one of a menu of water features that also includes a glistening pond and a waterfall pool. The historic main house has been meticulously brought into the 21st century; a textbook farmhouse-chic restoration. Steps away, an antique ice house has been outfitted into a dreamy guest cottage, boasting 20' ceilings, a lit cupola and the structure's original carriage house style doors.
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