The Hudson Valley has garnered global renown for keeping the culture in agriculture, fed by the flight of city folk to the area hoping to embrace the modern farmer lifestyle. The region’s burgeoning cultural scene has wooed celebrity residents and helped spurn a farm-to-table dining movement, helping position the region as a gastronomic epicenter.
Whether you’re looking to start your own artisanal agri-venture or simply change your view, here are four bucolic farm properties currently on the market:
Set on 64 Walden-like acres beside a sparkling pond, this enchanting homestead includes mature apple trees, raised vegetable beds and a chicken coop, not to mention a gorgeous home with all the rustic-chic moves.
Distant Catskills views frame the view at this 66+ acre compound in Millbrook hunt country. Pertinent particulars to know: A silo, 12-stall barn, historic ice house and party barn. (There’s also a good old-fashioned swimming hole).
Totaling more than 760 acres, this massive equestrian compound is one of the largest around, teeming with stable and paddocks everywhere you look. The 1872 main home is surrounded with a pool and tennis courts, with other sections of the property rented (read: it’s already income-producing).
Composed of 210 rolling acres, the Sheepherding Inn features indoor and outdoor banquet spaces and six guest suites in the main residence, surrounded by a renowned dairy operation. Truly an unparalleled farm-to-table property.