This historic Clinton Hollow house was built by Isaac Fraleigh in the late 1700's and overlooks the waterfalls of Wappingers Creek. No expense has been spared in this beautiful renovation. The house has the architectural details of an antique colonial and the open, spacious feel of a modern contemporary. The imposing great room at the back of the house has a stone fireplace that was custom made by renowned stone mason Robert Simoncelli, cathedral ceilings and radiant heat. The front entry hall and parlor have original 1700's beamed ceilings. Three-foot-wide floor planks were handmade to match originals and run throughout the original section of the house and bedrooms. The master bedroom is spacious, and its balcony railings were made from a chestnut tree that grew on the property. The interior doors are handmade from mushroom wood. The barn garage has second floor unfinished space that could easily be turned into a studio. The house is located mid-way between Rhinebeck and Millbrook Villages in a peaceful Clinton Hollow hamlet and is just minutes from the Taconic State Parkway.
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