This gracious 140 acre Estate Farm enjoys eight large agriculture fields, four stocked spring fed ponds ranging up to 2.5 acres, extensive woods and wildlife habitat, trails and farm roads, and 4500 s.f. of well-maintained (4) barns. The interior fields and largest pond afford extreme privacy from mostly wooded neighbors excepted by their three large crop fields.
The wrap-around verandaed four b.r. Colonial House was built in 1985 and fully renovated in 2001. It sits well back from the road and is set amongst mature specimen trees on a gentle knoll.
Only 1 mile up the road to the north is the Grand Second Empire "Lindenwald" on the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site and Nature Preserve with its 125 acres of grounds, fields, woods and trails. In the direct viewshed to the east are agricultural fields that include the 630 acre Gallagher's Stud Farm. Nearby Historic Kinderhook is one of the earliest Dutch Colonial towns in Colombia County. Four Ponds Farm is handy to Kinderhook, Chatham, Hudson and the train.