If old-world North Fork farm history is what you’re after, this Dream Home property with an original 1890 farmhouse and a past-life in potato farming will check all of your boxes.
The listing is comprised of two houses, an original farmhouse and a saltbox-style home, as well as four outbuildings all set on 12.8 preserved acres in Laurel with loads of farming history.
“Walking onto the property, one has the feeling of entering an old-time agricultural compound, which opens out onto a stunning view of open farmland. Seeing the open land that once was a potato field, barns and outbuildings just scream “North Fork,” said listing agent Kate DiGregorio of Corcoran.
The main house is a classic North Fork farmhouse that was built in 1890. It consists of five bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and an open first-floor plan with a parlor, living room, dining room, and kitchen. The home also features high ceilings and two staircases.
The saltbox home, also on the property just west of the farmhouse, features four bedrooms and one bathroom and is ideal to use as a rental home or separate guest quarters.
“Behind the farmhouse, there are several old buildings including two sheds, two garages, and a large barn. The buildings and houses have remained basically unchanged over the years, lending an old-world feel to the entire property,” added DiGregorio.
Located in Laurel the home is perfectly situated near pristine bay beaches, golf courses, wineries, and Laurel Lake Preserve which boasts 400 scenic acres of hiking trails and wildlife.
The property is listed at $2,400,000.
See the complete listing here.