Okay, so I missed Halloween by a couple of weeks and this Gothic Farmhouse would be just the scary haunting spot. Well, except for the fact that it was owned and slightly renovated by an artist so there are some rather whimsical touches, and mid-century modern furniture, on the inside.
Still, that front façade …
This home, built in 1871, is located in Wappingers Falls, New York, about 90 miles from New York City and was for sale for $850,000—it recently sold for full price. It boasts four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths in just over 3,260 square feet (four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths) and sits on 2.58 acres.
Upon entering, the main hall spans the ground level and connects the living room, dining room, and eat-in kitchen. A powder room and full bath are found on the first floor, while the four bedrooms and another bath are upstairs. In the basement is a fully furnished apartment, accessible via a separate entrance, with a living room, bedroom, full bath, and kitchen making it an ideal rental. And up on the third floor is an unfinished attic space with soaring cathedral ceilings.
The acreage also includes a detached red barn with a lofted space, as well as an on-site chicken coop. I don’t know how much a farmer I am, but, you know, rent the basement, and turn the barn into a B&B and then you might have something there.