Historic Early American Dutch Farm House
Brief History; The house is listed in the Library of Congress. Built in 1773 by General Samuel Ten Broeck.
Durring the Revolutionary War the house served as the headquarters for a night watch established to protect the area.
When Samuel's father died he moved back to the house of his birth. Samuel then sold the house to his life long friend General Henry L. Livingston who had served under his command in the war.
Henry was the last commanding officer of Fort Edward NY. The home remained in the Livingston family for almost 100 years.
In the 1950's the house was owned by Basketball Hall of Fame, Long Island University Coach, Clair Bee.
The Calendar House stands on 12 acres, very private, fantastic location for holidays, weekend getaway. Skiing close by.
First Floor: Large (600 square feet) living room with a huge fireplace, A/C, extra large 55' flat panel tv with x-box 360 kinect, and lots of seating, Dining room, Kitchen, Half bath, large closed in rear porch.
Washer and Dryer , and a game room with a pool table, in the basement
Upstairs: 2 Large master bedrooms with king size beds, private bathrooms,and flat panel tv's. A/C. Also 2 smaller bedrooms with queen size beds, flat panel tv's, A/C and a shared full bathroom, also a full sized bed on the upstairs landing.
Outside: Large grounds with Catskill Mountain views, a tennis court, a fire pit and lounge chairs.
10 minutes to Bard College, 15 minutes to Dutchess County Fair in Rhinebeck, and 20 minutes to Amtrak station in Rhinebeck. 15 minutes to Hudson. One hour to Albany Airport. Hour and half to West Point.
***CALENDAR HOUSE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR WEDDINGS.***
Historic Hudson Valley, Catskill Mountain Views, Convenient Getaway, 5 miles from Taconic State Parkway