About 101 Old Route 304
Nestled ON 32 ACRES sits a sandstone Dutch ranch. A true testament to history & craftsmanship. This remarkable home, known as the Peter Depew House, has heritage dating back to the 1700s. With it's meticulously preserved exterior & thoughtful renovations completed in 2023, it honors its storied past, this residence stands as a timeless treasure. A mere 45 minutes to NYC, to find 32 ACRES of unspoiled land is a true anomaly making this property a sought-after gem. The original charm of the house has been masterfully retained, evident in the wide plank flooring & artfully exposed structural beams that have been refinished. A walkup attic has the potential be completed as a suite or office space. Stepping into this home is like stepping back in time, where the whispers of centuries past can be heard in every creak of the floorboards. The essence of the past has been preserved, paying homage to the house's rich history. It is a seamless blend of old-world charm & modern convenience with high end appliances, new furnace & new central air. On the property stands a grand-sized 2-story barn, an architectural marvel in its own right. Complemented by several charming sheds, which offers a multitude of possibilities from housing livestock to storing equipment, or even an art studio, all against a backdrop of private, lush & expansive land. This coveted home holds a distinguished place on the National Registry of Historic Places. Presently, the property benefits from an agricultural tax discount, adding to its allure as a sanctuary of endless possibilities (with discount, taxes are only $18,152). Whether you envision cultivating crops, raising horses, sheep, chickens or bees, the canvas is yours to paint. Minutes from a vibrant walkable town of New City, NY, which offers an array of dining & shopping. Short drive to the exciting river communities where street fairs, farmer's markets and cultural festivities abound. Seize this rare opportunity to own, not just a home, but a piece of history with lots of possibilities. Sellers want to sell the property for continued agricultural use only. They are restricting any subdivision!