Today we’re going to venture to the idyllic town of Claverack, New York, where a four-bedroom side-hall Colonial farmhouse awaits, asking $695,000. The 2,900-square-foot home sits on an expansive 10-acre lot with rolling hills and beautiful trees, but the prime selling point is having your own one-acre, spring fed, aerated pond.
Inside, the home has all the charm you could ask for from a rural home: hardwood floors, crown molding, brick fireplaces, and a sun porch overlooking that beautiful pond. Updates are needed, but the finished vision will surely make the most of the 18th century home’s high ceilings, original details, and bright spaces.
Outside, a tall picket fence conceals a pool (unfortunately it’s hidden from our view as well). A giant two-story English barn and other outbuildings surround the home along with flower gardens, brick paths and patios. Claverack is 10 minutes to Hudson, two hours from New York City, and close to the Berkshires.
Photos courtesy of Halstead Property