Secluded Farmhouse at the Foot of the Appalachain Mountain.
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Only 1 hour and 20 minutes from NY, Gaisler Farm will bring you back to nature. Located at the foot of the Appalachian mountain, this historic property of 32 acres offers complete privacy and overlooks a small valley.
Spend your day swinging in a hammock, strolling the grounds or play badmington. The village of Blairstown is 8 minutes away and offers golf, tennis and horse back riding.
Gaisler farm is perfect for a family vacation, retreats, reunions and more.
Your only neighbor is a Pumpkin and Christmas tree farm.
The ground floor is composed of the original layout where every room has a door to the outside and give a feeling of openness: the bright orange eat-in kitchen is surrounded by windows; while eating breakfast you can enjoy watching the birds on the side yard. The dining room and the living room open onto the porch and receive southern light. Off the dining room, is the royal blue Office: as you are working on your computer, you can enjoy the children sleighing down the side hill or witness the outdoor life going by .
For the cold winters days, the living room fireplace will warm you up. Next to it, in the oldest part of the house, you can entertain in the Morrocan room, while laying on the built-in banquette.
At the end of the day, you will go upstairs to find the bright yellow children's bedroom with 2 twin iron beds, the light blue blue master bedroom with 3 windows facing south and west and the guest bedroom facing west and north.
At the garden level is the other guest bedroom with a dutch door looking onto the outside. This room with its original fireplace used to be the cooking room back in 1700. It has a twin and double bed.
the 32 acres of this property is what makes it so unique; Situated at the foot of the Appalachian mountain, you are overlooking a small valley of farm fields.
Keywords: Historic farmhouse, quiet retreat, back to nature, authentic, private,
- Vacation Rental
- Children Welcome
- Pets Considered
- 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 11, Beds for 9-11
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Bedroom 4
- Other (See Description)
Queen size Beds (2) The queen size bed are located upstairs in the master bedroom and guest bedroom., Double Beds (1) There's a double bed in the guest bedroom at the garden level., Twin or Single Beds (2) There are 2 twin beds upstairs in the children's bedroom., Baby Cribs (1) There's a portable crib in the Children's bedroom....morecollapse
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Wood Fireplace:
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- Deck / Patio:
- Outdoor Grill
- Wildlife Viewing
- Horseback Riding
- Hot Air Ballooning
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Friday & Saturday: $590 per night. Sunday through Thursday: $390 per night.
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Year Purchased: 2003
About the owner: The owner of Gaisler Farm is Sarah Raymond, a New York City interior designer. Sarah was born and raised in France in the Loire valley. In design, she worked for large hospitality and residential companies before creating her own company, Studio 808. Sarah acquired Gaisler Farm in 2003 and spent several years doing a top to bottom restoration. The farm has been returned to its original configuration and now is a restful showplace!
Why the Owner Chose Blairstown:
I was looking for an old farm house that remained me of my childhood growing up in the France countryside.
The Unique Benefits at this Farmhouse:
Close to the city and yet so far from civilization I enjoy the quietness of the property. Spending the weekend at the farm brings me back to nature.
Front porch of the house flanked by a magnolia and cherry tree.
Magnolia in full bloom, main house and barns in the background.
Office over looking garden
View from the back of the house
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