Filed under: Estates
An incredible property in the Hudson River Valley has come on the market at an extremely recession-friendly price. New York-based handmade furniture company BDDW is relocating to Philadelphia and putting their bucolic headquarters up for sale. The 147-acre property is located just north of New Paltz in Ulster County, and features two incredible stone barns totaling 30,000-sq.-ft., a 1,500 sq. ft. farmhouse and a creek, all for just $1.9 million. The stone barns were built at the turn of the century by architect Julian Burroughs for Colonel Oliver Hazard Payne, Civil War sharpshooter, democrat, wealthy industrialist and philanthropist, to house his thoroughbreds. They were subsequently used as a school for boys and passed back into private hands before BDDW acquired them.
[via A Continuous Lean]