For $4.7M, live in this amazing upstate lodge set on 125 acres

Posted On Fri, November 6, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, November 6, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

Photo credit: Courtesy Corcoran Country Living

If you want to reconnect with nature, be neighbor-free, and happen to have $4.685 million on hand, this stunning lodge-style home in Dutchess County may be a perfect fit. Located at 112 North Farm Way in Stanfordville, the three-bedroom home sits on 125 private acres, including a five-acre lake stocked with fish. Adding to its seclusion, a mile-long driveway leads to the home.

The home, which feels like it’s located within its own state park, is tucked away between the picturesque Stissing Mountain and the nature preserve, Buttercup Farm Audubon Sanctuary. In addition to the stunning fall foliage, the home also has a view of the lake from nearly every room.

Upon entering, an immense great room feels even bigger because of the 21-foot high ceiling. According to the listing, the ceiling was built with beams taken from the property. Complementing the ski-lodge vibes, the rooms has a massive stone fireplace. And a unique wall of windows framed in wood overlooks the lake. A screened-in porch, which also has a stone fireplace, can be accessed through the living area.

Also on this level, a huge country-style chef’s kitchen with state of the art appliances and more beamed ceilings. Extra storage can be found in the separate butler’s pantry and mudroom. A spacious dining room and a breakfast bar are nearby.

The master bedroom is located on the first floor, with the two other bedrooms on the second. The lake-facing master features a stone fireplace, a walk-in closet, and opens out onto a private porch with a hot tub and an outdoor shower. Both bedrooms on the second floor have en-suite bathrooms.

The lower level is currently set up as a media room and a den, both carpeted. The property’s five-acre lake is stocked with fish and swimming and boating are allowed.

[Listing: 112 North Farm Way by Paula Redmond and Jason Karadus of Corcoran Country Living]

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