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The serene setting of Black Hole Hollow Farm in a quiet valley on the border of Vermont and New York is threaded by the White Creek brook, tiered ponds and 30 miles of trails on 948 acres. The 6-bedroom, 8,143-square-foot main house is surrounded by English-style country gardens with the mountains as backdrop. The original 1772 farmhouse was expanded and designed by noted architect Jerome Cerny. Living room, dining room and downstairs bedrooms open to the gardens and the recently updated kitchen is a welcoming hub with its AGA stove. The farm has a rich history including visits from author Ian Fleming who gained inspiration for several of his James Bond books, and former owner Josephine Hartford Bryce, heir to the A&P dynasty. There is a large greenhouse with sitting area and Koi pond. Other buildings include 4 additional residences, a 2-bedroom apartment, horse & hay barns and a sugar house. Only 7 miles from Cambridge, NY, 30 miles to Saratoga, and 26 miles to Bennington, VT.
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