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One-in-a-Lifetime Creative Compound with Exceptional Farmhouse, Studios, and More This truly exceptional 19th-century farmstead has been transformed into a sprawling bucolic compound. Gary Hume and Georgie Hopton – two renowned British artists who split their time between London and Accord – have left their unique stamp on nearly every inch of the 41.5 acres and its structures. You’ll appreciate their eye and attention to both the details and the grand scheme of things. With two adjacent lots including woodlands, meadows, ancient orchards, gardens, and tranquil ponds, — this property guarantees unparalleled privacy and enjoyment. A terraced garden with cedar sauna sits next to a spring-fed swimming pond. Paths cut through meadows rich with vibrant wildflowers. A dock is set in a spring-fed pond dotted with lilypads. The 1860s farmhouse has undergone meticulous updates and additions that seamlessly blend modern comforts with rich historical charm. Upon entering, you'll be welcomed by a parlor adorned with custom hand-painted wallpaper and floors leading to the rocking chair porch on the back. The chef's kitchen, with its Miele appliances plus copper and marble countertops, seamlessly integrates with the living area (with the first of three fireplaces in this home), ideal for both culinary enthusiasts and entertainers. The view of the pond and rolling land over the dining room table could easily be mistaken for a painting, and meals can also be savored al fresco on the bluestone patio or screened-in porch, complete with an impressive stone fireplace. The primary suite is a sprawling retreat, boasting a generous ensuite bathroom with two sinks overlooking the antique barns, a view of the pond from the freestanding tub, and tiled shower stall. Two additional bedrooms on the second floor are bright and full of character. Numerous outbuildings provide a range of versatile mixed-use opportunities, and this is where a lot of the current magic and future potential lies! Glimpses of the dramatic saw-tooth roof of “Gary’s Studio”, located at the top of the property, are visible from the antique buildings below. The juxtaposition with the original farmstead and the extremely contemporary 4,500-square foot space faced with weathered Corten steel and shuttered concrete is both exciting and natural feeling.. With 25-ft-high ceilings, north-facing light, heat and cooling, and plenty of dedicated art storage, this is a space for a creator or collector. This versatile building has the potential to be seamlessly transformed into a residential haven, complete with a fully functional septic system, running water, a private driveway, and its own expansive lot “Georgie’s Studio” – a bright, high-ceilinged space with a half bath, kitchenette, and radiant heat tucked away into a newer building made to feel weathered and at home in its surroundings – feels somehow airy and cozy at the same time. The “Little Studio”, with its top-floor bedroom and full bathroom, and uniquely rustic sitting room plus additional large office/studio space, offers yet another space to play, work, or host. And there are many more buildings to explore (a map will be provided to visitors!) Additional upgrades include a detached two-car garage, stand-by generator that covers the entire property and buried electrical wires. In the vicinity, nature enthusiasts can explore the outdoors in Accord and neighboring Kerhonkson at Vernooy Kills, Mohonk Preserve, and Minnewaska State Park. A 10-minutebrief drive will take you to Inness, a boutique hotel, restaurant, and membership club that attracts many creative individuals the area with social events, classes, with tennis, golf, and pool. Under an hour to almost all the most sought-after upstate towns – Kingston, Woodstock, Hudson, and more – and it’s just 90 miles to the George Washington Bridge. Note: outdoor sculptures are not included in the price but they (and some furnishings) are available fo
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Listing information last updated on December 5th, 2023 at 7:20am EST.