This 295 acre estate farm in Ancramdale, NY is accessed off a country lane by a long tree-lined and private gravel driveway that crosses the fabled Roeliff Jansen Kill over a steel bridge en route to an utterly private setting where a 6000 s.f. 1990 Colonial House, a Guest House dependency a stone's throw from the confluence of Punch Brook and the Roeliff and an antique bank barn are surrounded by agricultural fields, and then a further perimeter of woods and the Drowned Lands wetland area.
Both from the existing residences and from higher private fields, exotic utterly private prospects are found of the Taconic and Catskill ranges and Drowned Lands and of farmland to the east and west. The stately Main House could serve as residence or guest house and office/clubhouse - 6 bedrooms,4 fireplaces, and 5 baths - to a baronial New Residence in one or another of the high hedgerowed and secluded fields.
This hidden estate is surrounded by six farms (four of over 300 acres), of which two are in conservation and one is a well-respected equestrian facility. A long portion of the Roeliff that is not bisected by the farm forms a natural border to the north.
Currently the fields are dedicated either to cattle or crops. More land is available. Hidden Hills Farm is convenient to Millerton, Copake, the Berkshires, Hudson and the train.