Extending north from Manhattan and continuing as far as Albany, the scenic Hudson Valley area has been called “America’s Rhineland.” It’s home to countless historic sites, charming small towns, and a myriad of vineyards and restaurants. When the city gets too much, it’s where many of Manhattan’s most stylish residents escape to relax and recharge, surrounded by nature.
We’ve rounded up a few beautiful homes located in the region, ranging from rural farmhouses to sprawling estates. Take a tour and get the look below!
Obercreek Farm in Dutchess County has been passed down through private investor Alex Reese’s family for six generations, and its architecture has evolved in the process. It was built in the mid-19th century in the Federal Style, then got an Italianate makeover, and finally received a Colonial Revival remodel in the 1920s. The result is a stately, impressive home that includes features like a two-story portico and a Gothic chapel.
Reese happened to marry architect Alison Spear just when he was looking to rejuvenate the home, and together, they gave the home new life, mixing the original furnishings with clean-lined seating and luxurious upholstery.
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