c. 1860 Greek Revival – Hannacroix, NY – $499,000

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Added to OHD on 1/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/10/19   -   9 Comments
563 County Route 54, Hannacroix, NY 12087

Map: Aerial

Price

$499,000

Beds

6

Baths

3

SqFt

3484

Acres

150

Drastically reduced to settle estate! Storybook setting, steeped in history! Ridge Wood Farm is listed on the Greene County Historical Register. 1860 side-hall Greek Revival with subsequent addition. All original details intact and true to its original form; 6-over-6 windows with blown glass, wide-board floors, fireplace mantels, moldings, tin ceilings, etc. Six Bedrooms, 3-Baths, Dining Room, Breakfast Room and large Country Kitchen. Guest House/Artist Studio with Bath and Kitchenette. Huge barn, 4 additional barn buildings, pond and stream all on 150 acres of tended meadows and fields. Former home of Fauvist artist Harold Liebmann and his dancer wife, Lola Liebmann. He is a recognized artist with works in the permanent of the Los Angeles Museum and the Albany Institute and also for his mosaics (some installed in the house). Lola, a professional dancer, choreographed the Cobra Dance which they performed together around the world, including Folies Bergere. The Ballerina Barn/Guest House contains a dance studio. Perfect for family compound, wedding/catering venue, B&B/Inn, artist retreat, agrarian operation.
Contact Details
Paul Barrett, The Kinderhook Group
(518) 751-4444
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9 Comments on c. 1860 Greek Revival – Hannacroix, NY – $499,000

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  1. JRC says: 79 comments

    I believe this is a photo of Libmann painting by the fireplace in photos 6&7.(window on one side and door on the other) The tile looks very similar to tile creation in kitchen.
    http://www.roosvt.com/Liebmann.html

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    • SharonSharon says: 275 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Sedalia, MO

      I agree.

      Wager cash that that’s an original Maxfield Parrish “Daybreak” on the mantle. Love it and this home and the Liebmann story.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daybreak_(painting)

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      • Cathy says: 1 comments

        It may be but I think the woman and girl are missing. Parrish reused the same setting for multiple prints. They are each nearly identical but he’d change minor details such as adding or removing people from the picture.

        • SharonSharon says: 275 comments
          OHD Supporter

          Sedalia, MO

          The woman and girl are there. Enlarge the image on your phone, use a magnifying glass, squint really hard, and stare…. Worked for me. (I have a 1919 original “Rubiyat.)” 😊

  2. JimHJimH says: 3808 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The house is likely older – its form is more typical of homes in this area dating to around 1840. The family lived at this location for 4 generations beginning in 1791.

    The Ridge Wood Farm of Martin Silas Miller (1832-1890) was part of a large tract acquired after the Revolution by his grandfather Jonathan Miller. The younger Miller was a man of influence and ran an extensive farm, best known for its breeding of fine horses. His wife, the former Mary Elizabeth Rice of Albany, was a widely published writer of children’s stories.

    Better image of the 1884 lithograph:
    http://www.tracingyourrootsgcny.com/wpe66.gif

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  3. ddbacker says: 345 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1971 Uninspired split-level
    Prairie Village, KS

    Gosh that is a lot of land to tend. I wonder if current owners used the land or leased it out? What a lovely place. Thanks for the additional info, Jim. Fascinating.

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  4. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 722 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Jeez I love it. That’s a lot of stuff for that price! And the painting remains?
    Always a wealth of knowledge in this group. ☺️

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  5. pamibach says: 89 comments

    OMG, let me at this house! I love it, hate the kitchen love the rest!

  6. David Sweet says: 81 comments

    This place is VERY country, but I love it!

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