Rumored to be the oldest house in Stanford, this delightful historic cottage was designated as the old house when the new house on the hill was built.'' Constructed around 1750 and once part of the 400-acre Beckwith Farm this home is brimming with charm and history. Wide board plank floors, exposed beams, wood ceilings, two fireplaces and two stairways create a cozy warm atmosphere. The all season sun room with three banks of windows and the wrap around screen porch are ideal spots to enjoy a refreshing lemonade. Bedrooms and baths on both floors. The kitchen is lovely, and the back-splash tile is featured in the travel section of the New York Times with the headline 12 Treasures''. Pastoral views, a blue stone patio, the country lane and proximity to Millbrook, Rhinebeck and Hudson Valley attractions; a lovely offering.
|Last Updated||6/5/2020||Year Built||1750|
|School District||Pine Plains|
|APPLIANCES||Clothes Dryer, Clothes Washer, Counter Top Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Wall Oven|
|BASEMENT||Unfinished; Foundation: Stone, Yes|
|CONSTRUCTION||Frame; Siding: Wood|
|INTERIOR||Floors: Ceramic, Tile, Wideboard, Wood; Windows: Other; Walls: Plaster|
|PARKING||0.00 Car Garage|
|STYLE||Cottage, Farm House|
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