About 31 Upper Whitfield Road
Welcome to Krom Stone Farmhouse. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this majestic stone home's elegant presence is evident. The exterior features meticulously crafted stonework that has withstood the test of time, showcasing the property's rich heritage. The sprawling 17-acre parcel surrounding both sides of the road exudes tranquility with a barn, sugar shack, ponds, and gardens. The abundance of nature allows for stargazing, watching the fireflies, and enjoying the turtles, frogs, and fish in the ponds. A charming stone pathway leads to the entrance, welcoming you with its undeniable curb appeal. Step inside, where history and sophistication converge harmoniously. The interior boasts hand-hewn beams, wide board flooring, and period details that harken back in time. The spacious living areas accommodate intimate gatherings and grand entertaining. The living room exudes warmth, featuring a rustic fireplace that adds a touch of coziness on cooler evenings. Large windows flood the rooms with natural light, providing captivating views of the surrounding landscape. Complete with a wood stove and dining nook; The farmhouse-style kitchen is a chef's delight. An adjoining 19th-century cottage allows the space to flex to one home, a separate area for guests, or an income-producing rental. Retreat to the comfort of the home's inviting four bedrooms, each offering a serene sanctuary for relaxation. The property's four bathrooms have tasteful finishes complementing the historical elements, resulting in a perfect blend of old and new. The spacious two-car garage has room for a studio, workshop, and additional storage. Enjoy the serenity of a rural setting while being conveniently close to hot spots like Inness, Westwind Orchard, and Arrowood Farms. This house is one of just fifty-six stone homes remaining that were built before 1850 in the Town of Rochester. Embrace a lifestyle where old-world charm and modern comforts coexist harmoniously. Most of the furnishings are included making the transition a breeze. Don't miss a rare opportunity to own a piece of history in New York's Hudson Valley.