The Woodstock Ice House is a beautiful live/work space complete with three separate structures on 1.5 acres of mostly flat and farmable land. It includes a precious, freshly renovated Farmhouse, a barn space with two separated, usable spaces with woodstove, and the most adorable glamping seasonal cabin around!


Three structures on 1.5 acre property |1068 square feet main farmhouse |732 square foot studio | Two-room glamping cabin | Wood stove | Firepit | Asking $349,000

For showings or inquiries, contact Jane Simmons at (845) 389-5030 or email ColdwellBankerJane@gmail.com


Even though it’s just minutes to Woodstock’s Main Street, the Ice House is tucked away for privacy and tranquility. Though it was completely renovated by the last owners, they were careful to preserve the house’s original charm, with original flooring and beams. New modern details include top of the line Fujitsu AC and Heating units, brand new kitchen appliances, and a gorgeous blue stone shower. The layout is simple yet beautiful, with common spaces downstairs, and a spacious bedroom upstairs.

Outside, the individual spaces are tied together with an awesome fire pit in the middle, creating the feeling of a true charming homestead property. A second building has two separate rooms one with french doors leading to an outdoor patio–perfect for a commercial space like a yoga, music, or ceramics studio. It could also be used as an extension of the farmhouse. Last, a charming two-room glamping cabin has electric and is just waiting for a kitchenette and outhouse to make it the perfect summer paradise!

Dating to 1900, the ice house is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Woodstock history. The current owners, Brooke Baxter Bailey and Jeff Bailey, are known for creating some of Williamsburg Brooklyn’s most memorable and unique spaces. Brooke was the owner and operator of Brooklyn’s Glasslands Gallery  and Manhattan Inn; Jeff was the owner and operator of Whirlybird Cafe. Together they were the creators and operators of popular Phoenicia destination inn “The Glass Mountain Inn,” and their the Woodstock Ice House is their latest project. The historic property has been completed reworked, and is ready to go for artists, entrepreneurs, or anyone looking for a unique property to live and work.

You’re unlikely to leave this beautiful property often, but when you do, it’s just a six minute drive into the town of Woodstock with its boutique shops, restaurants, historical sites and just 15 minutes from some of the regions best hiking. Check out the Escape Brooklyn guide to Woodstock for more info!