Once upon a time, King’s Creek Farm was a haven for cows, horses, and pigs, and then an apiary where beekeepers collected and sold their liquid gold in the Honey House. These days, the pastoral scene has evolved, and the rolling fields play host to a charming congregation of sheep, continuing the legacy of the farm’s agrarian past.

Kings Creek Farm is a dreamy tale of bucolic splendor: an oasis that could truly be anything in the quaint embrace of the sleepy Upstate New York town of Wright. The epitome of rustic charm, this homestead with two houses and multiple barns is replete with the kind of allure that beckons city dwellers and country farmers alike.

Main House: Four bedroom, two and a half bathroom farmhouse |  2,824 square foot home on 19.6 acres | Nine additional outbuildings | Primary suite with soaking tub and walk-in closet | Four fireplaces | Metal roof and owned solar panels | Large kitchen | Guest suite | Unfinished basement and attic | Whole home generator | Sauna | Creek | Two large, fenced pastures | Fields with hay and sheep | Vegetable garden with pear, apple, and cherry trees | Christmas tree farm | Carved out trails | Campsite

Honey House: Two bedroom, one bathroom guest house | 1,080 square feet | Fireplace | Wood plank floors | Metal roof | Washer and dryer | Backup generator

Multiple Barns: Three-bay car garage | Artist studio | Gym | Livestock pen | Smoke house | Kiln barn | Hay barn with stables | Two chicken coups | Garden shed

Asking $699,000. Listed by Arlena Armstrong-Petock at Country House Realty. For showings, inquiries or to RSVP to the open house, contact arlena@thatupstateagent.com or call/text 412-760-0176. Open House: Sunday, May 19, 12-2pm, at 877 State Route 443, Schoharie NY. 

Circa 1869, the main colonial style farmhouse is an undeniable gem held in the same family for more than 80 years. No maintenance has been deferred or ignored – a completely pristine home awaits its next owner. Throughout you’ll find storybook-like original details paired with all the right updates, such as kitchen and bathroom renovations, four propane fireplaces, a metal roof, owned solar panels, and whole home generator. The first floor hosts the main living area, a guest suite, and large kitchen for gathering. Upstairs you’ll find a primary suite with soaking tub and walk-in closet, and two more bedrooms.

The Honey House, a converted barn charmingly named after its former use, is now a two bedroom, one bathroom guest house. The large, south facing windows heat the house year round, and provide dazzling light on the wide plank floors. The Honey House is complete with metal roof, propane fireplace, its own washer and dryer, as well as a backup generator.

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The majestic 19+ acre estate is an expansive canvas upon which mother nature herself has artfully composed her symphony in harmony with the several outbuildings of the farm’s rich history. Multiple barns dot the landscape: the main barn housing an artist’s studio, gym, sauna, 3 bay car garage, and livestock pen, the smoke house, kiln barn, hay barn with stables, two chicken coops, the garden shed, and the Honey House. Utilize these barns as you see fit – the property could truly be anything – perhaps a haven for your farm animals, a venue for soirées, weddings, or concerts, or an artist or wellness retreat at your compound. The town of Wright has opted in to allow both cannabis dispensaries and consumption sites, so the possibilities truly are endless.

Wander through the property, and you’ll discover the babbling King’s Creek meandering through the verdant landscape. The well-tended-to vegetable garden is a source of pride and nourishment for its owner, as well as several flourishing pear, apple, and cherry trees. Two large, fenced pastures are suitable for an array of farm animals with hay coming from the hayfield at the rear of the property. An enchanting Christmas tree farm sprinkles the upper pasture. Imagine strolling through rows of evergreens, handpicking the centerpiece for your holiday celebrations, or hosting a small operation for the local community to go sledding and cut holiday trees. In the wooded portion of the property, you’ll find carved out trails for an afternoon walk. And not to be missed: the campsite. A platform built towards the back of the property for a getaway within your own getaway.

If you’re seeking an idyllic haven that combines rural charm with modern comforts and opportunities abound, this is it. Surrounded by state forests for outdoor activities, this sanctuary is merely a two hour forty-five minute journey from the George Washington Bridge, and forty minutes from Albany. The Albany Whole Foods and Trader Joes can be reached in just 30 minutes. The perfect distance – far enough for serenity, close enough for convenience.

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