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Listed by Lindsay Stevens, eXp Realty,LLC
Welcome to this extraordinary 1848 Colonial Home in the town of New Paltz. This is the first homestead that one sees while heading towards the Mohonk Mountain Preserve leaving New Paltz Village. While it sits on 9.7 acres with sweeping views of the Shawangunk Ridge, the property Is adjacent to 134 acres of Trusted Land which will never see development! In addition to the 2500 square foot, 4 bed, 3 bathroom home, there are 2 large barns and 2 smaller outcroppings. Possibilities are endless as to what one can do with the space and structures. Modern renovations bring this historic beauty into our current sensibilities. Updated plumbing throughout with a higher efficient heating system, including closed cell foam insulation, are some of the recent upgrades. The main floor of this home is where the loving and living will happen. A large open style kitchen with vaulted ceilings, butcher block countertops and farm style sink is where the party always will end up. While leaving the kitchen, you can opt to head to the craft room or to the dining room. Adjacent to the dining room one enters into the living room with the custom built bookcase + cabinet showcasing knowledge, arts, crafts, awards & photos. A majestic staircase leaves the oversized entryway and brings one to the wide planked hardwood floors on the second floor bedrooms and hallway. There are two updated bathrooms on the second floor; one is attached to the primary bedroom and the other is begging for a stand alone, claw foot tub. Easy walk up access to the attic with tons of storage is off of the main 2nd floor hallway. On the other side of the grand staircase, one will find the laundry room in a summer kitchen with a bath and additional living room. This exceptional home is great on its own, however the local history of this property is outstanding. The Who's who of New Paltz families : The Hasbrouck, Deyo, & Van Alst Families owned the land or this specific property. In 1891, this property was called “the View House Farm”. And the most famous owner was John Arbuckle. Arbuckle had a famous coffee company in Brooklyn and he allowed his employees (and their families) to vacation in New Paltz away from the smog of NYC for up to three weeks at a time. Do not delay, please experience this homestead-its worthy of respect for its location, history and charm.

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Basic Information

  • Acreage9.7
  • AppliancesDishwasher, range, range hood, refrigerator
  • Broker ID711
  • Broker NameeXp Realty, LLC
  • Lfd StyleFARM HOUSE
  • List Price$1,100,000
  • MLS Number20221044
  • MlsStatusPENDING CONTINUE TO SHOW
  • Property StyleFarm House
  • Property TypeSingle Family
  • Square Feet2,540
  • WaterDRILLED WELL

Amenities

  • Other AmenitiesBasement, Fireplace, Mountain View

Location

  • Address100 Red Barn Road
  • Area TownNEW PALTZ
  • Building Number100
  • High School DistrictNew Paltz Central
  • StateNY
  • StreetRed Barn
  • Street DesignationRoad
  • TownNew Paltz
  • Zip12561

Interior

  • Bathroom3
  • Bedroom 2 Level2
  • Bedroom 3 Level2
  • Bedroom 4 Level2
  • Bedrooms4
  • Dining Room Level1
  • Family Room Leveln
  • FloorsHARDWOOD
  • Kitchen Level1
  • Lfd Kitchen DescriptionBREAKFAST BAR, GOURMET, ISLAND
  • Living Room Level1
  • Other RoomsFLORIDA SUN ROOM, OFFICE

Building

  • BasementFULL, UNFINISHED
  • Den Leveln
  • Garage Spaces
  • Garage TypeNone
  • Other 1 Leveln
  • Other 2 Leveln
  • Other BuildingsBARN
  • PorchENCLOSED PORCH
  • Sqft 1st1836
  • Utility Levelb
  • Year Built1848

Utilities

  • Cooling Air ConditioningNONE
  • Heat SourceBASEBOARD
  • Heating FuelOIL
  • Hot WaterOIL

Other

  • Lot54
  • Lot Dimensions9.7
  • ViewsMOUNTAIN
  • View Count27

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