One of the last Livingston estates that has been continuously held by the Livingston family since the royal charter granted by King George the I in 1715.This traditional 19th century 3 bedroom farmhouse is situated in the midst of 230 fertile acres with distant Catskill Mountain views, borders the rushing waters of the Roelief Jansen Kill and has been in the same family for generations. The acreage sits on both sides of Buckwheat Bridge Road under a conservation easement held by the Scenic Hudson Land Trust thereby protecting its agrarian appeal as well as maintaining a significantly reduced annual property tax liability. The farm is listed on the New York State and National Historic Places. This offering presents a unique opportunity to continue the tradition of farming in the Hudson Valley but with a new generation of farmers building upon the ever growing farm-to table movement.
Servicing The Great Northern Catskills Mountain Top Region, specializing in The Village of Tannersville, Town of Hunter, Village of Hunter, Haines Falls, Elka Park, East Jewett, Jewett, Lanesville, West Kill, Spruceton, Lexington & Platte Clove. Call or email for a confidential, no pressure conversation. Let me introduce you to the Aspirational Lifestyle of the Catskills.