SMITHFIELD – Located in the beautiful Smithfield Valley is this circa 1810 farmhouse nestled on 5 private acres and surrounded by large estates and farmland; plus your neighbors on three sides are horses! This charming 210-year-old home has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, original wide board floors and three fireplaces. The first floor has a contemporary open kitchen that flows into a gracious dining room with fireplace. This area adjoins the spacious vaulted living room with lots of light, opening to a stone terrace for outside relaxation overlooking mature trees, perennial gardens, and the Wassaic Creek. Adjacent is a cozy family room with a federal fireplace complete with its original beehive oven and a breakfast nook that enjoys morning light. A first floor en suite bedroom has a fireplace. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, an office and two full bathrooms. Not far from the main house, there once stood a 3-story dairy barn, which has been repurposed as a secluded pool area with an in-ground heated pool, a pergola, and a pool house/changing room which was once the milking parlor. Part of the barn foundation encloses the pool area which completes this cool private space. In addition, there is a three car garage with loft and a tool shed that was once a blacksmith shop. Just 15 minutes to Millerton or Millbrook and 7 miles to the Wassaic train station.


  • SubdivisionNone
  • StyleFarmhouse
  • Year Built1810
  • Lot Acres5
  • ExteriorWood
  • RoofingAsphalt Shingles
  • Parking/Garage3+ Cars, Detached, Garage
  • HeatingOil
  • CoolingWindow Unit(s)


  • Bedrooms4
  • Full Baths4


    • ExteriorBarn, Cabana, In- Ground Pool, Outside Lighting, Patio
    • Interior9+ Foot Ceilings, Vaulted Ceilings
    • ViewPark- Like
    • Security
    • Floor CoveringsTile, Wide Board, Wood


    • DistrictWebutuck
    • ElementaryWebutuck Elementary School
    • MiddleEugene Brooks Intermediate
    • HighWebutuck High School

    Residential Info

    Property Details

    Location: 603 Smithfield Valley Road, Amenia, New York 12501