Newly renovated Hudson Valley mansion just outside the Village of Warwick. 21st century comfort meets 19th century craftsmanship with 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and sweeping views of surrounding farmland.
Outstanding beauty and detail with wide-plank hardwood floors, gorgeous millwork, 12-foot ceilings and antique windows.
Main level has kitchen with built-in breakfast nook, formal dining room, game room and living room with baby grand piano and a fireplace.
Located 50 miles from Manhattan, this grand Greek Revival historic mansion was built in 1756, (probably by Samuel Ketchum) and finished in 1850 by Colonel William F. Wheeler. The Peach Grove is said to be one of the first homes in the Hudson Valley to have electricity and running water. In 1850, the Orange County Fair awarded Colonel Wheeler first prize for his stunning home. Fully and lovingly renovated in 2017.
A game room with board games and a card table, a living room with baby grand piano, period pieces, restored antiques, and a glassed-in back porch with views over 160 acres of farmland. A smart T.V. is located in the kitchen.
Please note there are no parties with outside guests or pets allowed.