Osterhoudt Black Angus Farm is not only an extremely viable livestock and farming business but also an historic property, having been in the same family for many generations. Protected by an Open Space Institute conservancy, which means it will always remain a farm, the 100-acre property with its 1790 farmhouse, barns and multiple outbuildings, including a USDA-registered harvest house for beef and pork, which is one of the few privately owned in the Northeast. The property has a painterly property and is etched in the memory of many Ulster County residents who have driven by and admired its truly bucolic beauty over the years. The additional 120 acres is NOT protected by any easement or conservancy and can be developed as either 1-acre-minimum residential or remain as part of the farm. If sold by itself, the farm cannot be sold before the additional acreage, but both can be sold together.