A Dreamy New York Farmhouse on 12 Acres Just Hit the Market for $4.25M

Over 12 acres of rolling greens serve as the backdrop for Longhouse Farm, an Orange County property that has just gone up for sale. Not to be confused with the OC in California, the area that surrounds the picturesque New York farm is winding and rural. Sat only 90 minutes away from Manhattan in Warwick, it’s a bucolic dream spanning over 12 acres and asking $4.25 million.

An artful combination of Colonial and Greek Revival architectural styles, the home’s exterior holds a cozy wraparound porch ideal for enjoying the warmer months. However, it can be just as blissful to sit and observe the leaves changing during autumn. Moving inside, an atmosphere of complete and seemingly perfect classic sophistication abounds. French mural wallpaper, custom window treatments, polished brass hardware and accents, designer light fixtures, and hand-crafted coffered ceilings and cabinetry all come together to exude “quiet luxury,” a trending aesthetic of 2023 that translates to timelessness.

Whether they opt for the formal living room decorated in black and white tiles and bespoke moldings, or the completely updated kitchen, guests may never want to leave. And, the next owners could certainly be reluctant to.

Speaking of, there are a total of five bedrooms and six bathrooms, serving perfectly as a summer getaway or a year-round commitment. For the primary suite, dual walk-in closets and contemporary bathrooms sit against a neutral palette for a calming evening retreat.

While the 5,000-square-foot home maintains its historical charm, the newly renovated guest cottage is completely redone and bright. Wood beams, a wrought-iron spiral staircase, a small kitchenette, and an upstairs loft space create an ideal space for guests or multi-generational, family-style living.

Michael Miarecki of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.