Clockhouse Farm is a magical 132 acre Estate Farm in Gallatin whose handsome Main House (with its salutary Hudson Valley front gable Clock) was established in 1870 or somewhat earlier by Abram Decker. His prominent father John lived a quarter mile further up the road to the east and was descended from 1753 settler Abraham Decker. The 3200 s.f. farmhouse (4 b.r./ 2.5 bath) presides graciously over the glorious farm on a country lane (Decker Road) at the intersection with another lane (Hilltop Road) which itself leads to the fabled 600 acre Coach Farm, now itself all under conservation easement.
The spacious Public Rooms all have hardwood floors, architectural details and two fireplaces. The yard is graced by ancient trees, flowering trees and gardens. The farm includes a pond, a stream that drains high woods, extensive fields (9) and ancient woods laced with trails and stone walls. From numerous high elevations, any one of which could be a superb house-site for a new private home, are bracing Catskill and local views. A substantial 1750 s.f. barn/garage stands to the side of the house and would accommodate numerous cars and farm equipment. More land is available. Clockhouse Farm is set amongst other large parcels and is convenient to the Taconic State Parkway, Millerton and Hudson.