Hickory Hill Farm
Hillsdale, New York
A Hickory tree is one of the most enduring found in nature. It's bark is thick, it's wood strong, it even gives nuts to the squirrels. No surprise that a farm named for the tree would stand the test of time equally well. Built in 1810 and recently renewed. Walk about the grounds, you'll find patios to sit on, fields to walk through, a pond to fish, a stream to jump, a few great old barns. In through the mudroom to the kitchen. Relax in front of the fire, watch the action by the stove, or wander out on to the screened porch. Down a hall there's a guest suite, with a screened porch of it's own. Through the living room, notice the exposed beams and the charm that they lend, a subtle reminder that this home was here long before. A den, perfect for reading or writing. Down stairs there is the ultimate (and I use that word carefully) playroom. Space to pong it up, or watch the game, or relax in the tub. Upstairs the landing seems like a good place for a read, or a nap. Two sweet bedrooms for kids or company. A master suite, again showing it's beams, bids farewell to another country day.
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