Clustered around the Red Barn on the gentle slopes beside the Quarry Pond, these single-family homes have three to five bedrooms and range from rustic lakeside cabins to Hudson Valley-contemporary cottages. With expansive views toward the dramatic Tamarack Mountain, this intimate neighborhood will be steps from golfing, fishing at the boathouse or lunch at the pool grill.
The Battle of Saratoga was the turning point of the American Revolutionary War, leading to the defeat and surrender of the British army in 1777. The stone base of this traditional 5-bedroom, 7½-bath home grounds it to the forest as the sweeping gable, combined with a bracketed porch, connects it to the landscape. The Saratoga home features 2 master bedrooms, generous terraces on multiple levels, and gracious living and dining areas with views into the valley and beyond.
Named for Henry Hudson, the English navigator who explored the Hudson River in 1609 aboard his Dutch vessel the ‘Halve Maan,’ or ‘Half Moon,’ this 4-bedroom, 4½-bath house features a main-level entry opening up to a large central living area. The master suite, first bedroom and central living area all spill out onto the vast, covered porch gathering space featuring the best views from the house. The upper level consists of identical bedroom suites with their own private balconies.
Dutchess County was mapped out in 1683 and named in honor of the Duchess of York (the title of ‘Dutchess’ was spelled with a ‘t’ until 1775). The craftsmanship of the Hudson Valley is reflected beautifully in this 4-bedroom, 5½-bath home with a double-story porch and exposed-timber rafters. The dormers summon generous natural light into the double-height great room. The lower level makes for an excellent gathering place, with the option of a walk-out terrace and outdoor entertainment space.
The word Taconic stems from the Delaware Indian’s word ‘taghkanic’ meaning ‘in the trees,’ an apt name for this tucked-in, 5-bedroom, 5 ½-bath cottage-style home. From the porch, step into a generous entry featuring the grand stair hall; an alternate entry leads into the mudroom with ample gear-storage lockers. The expansive, double-height great room has the ability to open completely to the outdoor terrace, giving way to the views of the valley beyond.