Two spacious apartments that connect seamlessly for whole-house rental
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 10
Kate Wood, At Home/Worth Preserving
- english, french
About Kate Wood, At Home/Worth Preserving
Kate Wood manages the property on behalf of owner Ethel Wood (Kate's mother), who moved to Germantown in 2010 and rediscovered, in her words, the kind of warm community she hasn't felt since she was a girl growing up in Texas. Kate founded At Home in the Hudson Valley (a project of Worth Preserving) in 2014 to preserve and adaptively reuse buildings of character and significance in the historic Hudson Valley. Kate is an Associate Broker with Patricia A. Hinkein Realty and holds Master’s degrees in Historic Preservation and Urban Planning from Columbia University. She served more than 15 years as CEO of LANDMARK WEST!, the non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to preserving Manhattan’s Upper West Side (home to more than 3,500 landmark buildings). She is the co-author of Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York (Monacelli Press, 2015). In 2007, Kate and her husband, David Sprouls (President of the New York School of Interior Design), rehabilitated their first Hudson Valley property, an abandoned circa-1890 house, where they now live part-time with their young son, Patrick. We are preservationists, historians, planners and designers who care, first and foremost, about the integrity of our environment and helping others appreciate and benefit from the authentic experience of place. Please visit www.worthpreserving.com to find out more about our mission and projects.
Kate Wood, At Home/Worth Preserving purchased this Farmhouse in 2010
Why Kate Wood, At Home/Worth Preserving chose Germantown
As travelers ourselves, we love to make ourselves 'at home' in buildings, landscapes, neighborhoods, towns, and cities that possess a deep sense of place. We restored this farmhouse on the end of Germantown's Main Street as a pilot project to bring this concept to the Hudson Valley (our real home).
What makes this Farmhouse unique
By staying here, you immerse yourselves in the remarkable heritage of one of America's most historic, beautiful regions - majestic landscapes, walkable downtowns, small farms, world-class arts and culture - and contribute to its sustained vitality.