In the historic town of Stone Ridge, NY, this picturesque storybook farmhouse sits on a charming country road. The antique stone and wood farmhouse has been updated with modern amenities – while retaining antique details like beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace and exquisite wide board floors in the double parlors and den.

3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home | 2,128 Square feet | Historic home dating to ca. 1790, with frame additions | Updated kitchen and bathrooms | 9.2 acres |Stone fireplace | Wide board flooring and exposed beams | Updated kitchen | Master bedroom with ensuite | Central A/C | Pool and hot tub | Greenhouse | Asking $949,000

Listed by Eric Bean at Coldwell Banker Village Green | For showings or inquiries, contact Eric Bean by calling (845) 532-7140, email, or DM @catskills_real_estate on Instagram.

On the main floor, two parlors offer lots of cozy living space – one with built-in shelving and cabinets to house entertainment systems, and one with a wood-burning fireplace. For the home Chef, the eat-in gourmet kitchen is a cook’s dream with a gas range, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and plenty of counter and storage space. Steps away is a spacious screened porch for summer dinner parties or a relaxing morning coffee.

All three bedrooms are upstairs. Two bedrooms share a full bathroom – while the large master bedroom has an ensuite oasis, complete with a double sink, shower, and separate soaking tub.

Outside, professional landscaping surrounds the home and adds an added sense of privacy to the pool area and courtyard garden. On chilly nights, hop in the hot tub; on a hot day, cool down in the heated gunite pool. Steps away, there’s a large pool house with a wet bar and bathroom.

This is a special property with a sense of history – just minutes from the village of Stone Ridge and two hours from NYC. Should you ever want to leave, it’s just 20 minutes to the bustling town of Kingston, the epicenter of Catskills/Hudson Valley culture. Additionally, less than 30 minutes away are Woodstock, with its vibrant art scene and Rhinebeck with its old-world charm.