Sitting on a quiet, 17.4-acre swath of land in upstate in New York, Meri-Mac Farm features an 8,500-square-foot main house comprised of three bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths.
Boasting nine-foot-high, double-beam ceilings and French glass doors, the rustic residence has nine sizable living, dining, and entertainment spaces, including a library, a home office, a third-floor storage area, and a music room that can serve as a fourth bedroom. The home’s master suite has a fireplace, four walk-in closets, an exercise area, and an extra sitting space, not to mention a spa-like bath with a ceramic-tiled shower room; floor-to-ceiling glass-bricks walls; a generous soaking tub; plus two separate toilet rooms equipped with his-and-her vanity sinks.
The charming house’s gourmet master kitchen—adorned with natural cherry wood cabinetry—touts two-story vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams, not to mention a handmade pendant light fixture suspended above the kitchen’s L-shaped peninsula, which showcases granite countertops, an eight-burner cooktop, and a built-in grill, plus a free-hanging stainless-steel range hood.
Outfitted with four fireplaces and an elevator, the classic barn-style structure also has a climate-controlled wine cellar, tasting room, and full kitchen—as well as laundry and storage rooms—all nestled in its basement. Outside there’s a pool, a three-star horse stable, several run-in sheds, a fenced-in pasture, a rose garden, and a three-car garage.
A separate two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse can also be found on the grounds, and comes complete with a full kitchen, a living room, an office space, and a washer and dryer.
Located 45 minutes away from Westchester County via car, the winsome property will be auctioned off on September 20th at 11:00 am with no reserve. In addition, the grand farm’s soon-to-be owner will also be granted the opportunity to purchase a neighboring 23-acre lot overlooking Round Pond.