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The Farm

The property consists of a beautiful 1850’s farmhouse and a charming cottage set on 22 rambling acres and surrounded by miles of farmland.  There are multiple outbuildings including our cathedral ceiling barn, a pavilion with bar, and the overlook deck. With all the acreage, you won't have any problem finding perfect locations for ceremony, photographs, and activities. Click here for  more photos of the house and cottage, and here for our additional lodging option - Noble House - which we hold for our booked couples up to 4 months before their wedding date.

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walnut tree

photo by Andrea Huemer

Forever Photography 

ceremony meadow

photo by Cassandra Daye Photography

ceremony in the field

photo by The Other Day Studios

Ceremony Sites

We have three main ceremony areas - the meadow, the walnut tree, and the field.  

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photo by L.C.Allison photography

The main event area is comprised of the barn, the pavilion and the surrounding outdoor space. The barn can seat up to 150 for dinner, with a change over for dancing.  Parties under 125 can comfortably have both dining and dancing simultaneously.  We are permitted for up to 200 guests, however seating for dinner would need to be outside or under a tent.

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photo by Jaci Berkopec Photography

Our barn is truly the focal point of the property with it's 31' ceiling, exposed wood frame, and beautiful windows that overlook the Taconic Range and the setting sun.  

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photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography

The Pavilion, just opposite the barn, is usually where every wedding starts and ends.  This three sided structure has a bar, leather lounge seating, room for grazing tables, and easy access to the cook tent and fire pit.

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photo by Bella Luz photography

The main house has 6 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a large gourmet kitchen, a dining room, a spacious living room with wood burning fireplace, and a cozy library.  The house and cottage together can accommodate up to 16 overnight guests - perfect for your wedding party.

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photo by Casandra Daye

Our quaint cottage is perfect for a small family or group of friends, but frequently doubles as an additional prep and dressing area. It has 2 bedrooms (sleeps 4), a full bath, and a roomy kitchen.

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photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography

The Overlook Deck, with it’s stunning views, is a quiet spot to retreat to throughout the weekend and can also be used for additional activations like welcome drinks, morning yoga, or Friday BBQ.

Gallery

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Flowers by Sprig & Social, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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Ceremony in the field, photo by Jaci Berkopec
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Tented diner in the field, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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The living room fireplace, photo by Cassandra Daye Photography
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The cottage, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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The barn entrance, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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Cocktail hour set up, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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Wood Fire Food Co behind the bar, photo by staff
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Pavilion Lounge, photo by staff
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Trio in the pavilion, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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Guests on the Overlook Deck, photo by staff.
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Dinner in the barn, photo by Jaci Berkopec Photography
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Lounge set up in the barn, photo by Cassandra Daye Photography
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Ceremony in the barn, photo by staff.
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Beautiful tablescape, photo photo by Jaci Berkopec Photography
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The barn at dusk, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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A kiss behind the bar, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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The chandelier, photo by staff
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TRF s'mores (add on), photo by staff
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Band in the barn, photo by Andrea Huemmer, Forever Photography
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Dancing the night away, photo by staff
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