Architect Henry Olko designed the Cornwall property in 1920, although it’s undergone a few updates since then. The main home is entered via a glass-encased lobby, leading to a barn-style living space with wooden beams and stone floors. A huge fieldstone fireplace adds to the rustic feel.
The barn conversion, listed with William Pitt, has four en-suite bedrooms and a four-car garage – which is ripe for converting into a studio, office, or guesthouse. And with the Cornwall Conservation Trust bordering the home, the rural views are guaranteed to be safe from development.
New York is around two hours drive from the estate, which offers a long list of possible new hobbies for future owners including fly fishing, rafting, boating, hiking and skiing.