Crowning Meadows is the quintessential early Oblong Valley homestead on 122 acres.
The 2700 s.f. 1793 4 bedroom 3 fireplace Classic Center Hall farmhouse, fronted by ancient maples and a sledstone presentation wall and erected by Revolutionary War Captain Elisha Barlow and his brother Henry on land long owned by the family, is augmented by a 6,000 s.f. post and beam 19th century bank barn and a compound of antique farm outbuildings.
Farm roads traverse the many discrete fields that graduate upward past a sizeable pond to over 40 acres of high mature woods on the westerly slope of Breakneck Ridge where long pastoral views extend to wooded ridgelines including the Catskills, Stissing Mountain and the Berkshires. There are stone walls, a stone bridge over a stream, and more land available.
Handy to train, NY horse country, Millbrook, Millerton, golf, Kent and Sharon, CT.