Brooklyn Heights Farm is an unparalleled residential community in historic Rhinebeck, located in New York’s scenic Hudson Valley.
With a focus on land conservation and the preservation of time-honored farmland, just four one-of-a-kind luxury residences are designed with a modernist approach and sustainable building techniques to create a pure, country living experience.
The property, previously a dairy farm from the 1800’s, follows the length of Brooklyn Heights Road in Rhinebeck. Once a logging road, it was named by then weekenders from, you guessed it, Brooklyn Heights – a unique story and truly spectacular properties!
This conservation-focused community consists of four stunning estate parcels from 16 – 26 acres with protected pastoral views, woodlands and natural water features. Each parcel is matched with a distinctive modern residence responding to the surrounding lands with a sustainable design approach, using natural materials and green building techniques. Exclusive home designs from S3 Architecture (NYC) with open floor plans and a modernist aesthetic in an historic farm setting.
Each residence is designed in context to the natural characteristics of the land, taking advantage of pastoral and mountain views, woodlands and water features while preserving open spaces, sight lines and natural landscapes. View the residences and floorplans here.
Green building techniques – including high-quality prefab and modular construction and geo-thermal heating – will be employed to reduce waste during construction and to promote a healthy interior environment once the home is complete.
Just two hours north of New York City along the majestic Hudson River is the Hudson Valley region, known for state significant agricultural lands, pastoral open spaces and views to the Catskill Mountains to the west. The area attracts weekenders from New York City and those wishing to relocate permanently in search of a getaway with a more relaxed lifestyle, so close to the city. The region is dotted by farmer’s markets offering locally grown, prime produce along with an array of handmade and artisan goods. The natural landscape draws hiking and skiing enthusiasts and nature lovers of all sorts. And the Hudson Valley is a vibrant cultural center, where art, dance, drama, music and film all have a home.
The picturesque Village of Rhinebeck, a historic Dutch settlement from 1686, is known for its own artistic and culinary scene. The treelined streets are curated with a myriad of antique shops, specialty stores, restaurants and art galleries. Chefs from around the world and those creating local foodie destinations have been trained at the nearby Culinary Institute of America. The surrounding rural area offers the solitude and adventures of the Catskills, the Berkshires and the Hudson River, with the urban oasis of New York City within easy reach, inviting New Yorkers to leave the pace of the big city behind.
So many world-class attractions meld with a small-town-USA charm to create a unique living experience that attracts those from the region and beyond to call this special place their home.