Step back in time with this meticulously preserved 18th-century farmhouse, steeped in history and gracefully updated for modern living. The roots of this enchanting property trace back to the era of King George, when Josiah Talcott secured the land through a royal land grant. In 1769, Talcott passed the torch to David Belknap, a pivotal figure in the region, with Isaac Belknap establishing a thriving business along the Hudson River waterfront. Immerse yourself in the charm of a bygone era as you explore the farmhouse's original room placement, flooring, and period details. The meticulous preservation effort has ensured that the essence of the 18th century remains intact. While respecting the farmhouse's heritage, modern conveniences have been seamlessly incorporated. New additions, including bedroom closets, a laundry room, a music studio, and a spacious family room, blend harmoniously with the original structure. A two-car garage provides practicality without compromising the farmhouse's authenticity. Revel in the warmth of history with three meticulously restored fireplaces, each telling a story. The fourth fireplace, a grand addition in the family room, and the stone wall along the west boundary were masterfully crafted by Bobby Hilfiger, brother of the renowned Tommy Hilfiger, using original stones from the property. While concrete evidence remains elusive, local lore hints at a potential connection to the Underground Railroad. This farmhouse may have silently played a crucial role in history, offering refuge to those seeking freedom. Regrettably, time has taken its toll on the original barns, outhouse, and chicken coops. However, echoes of the past resonate in the original kitchen, where remnants of farm implements and barn siding harken back to the property's agricultural roots. A tangible link to the past can be found in the form of an inscription on one of the original beams, proudly displaying the name "Marsten" and the year "1832." Records housed in Orange County, Goshen, NY, combined with insights from the current owners, provide a comprehensive understanding of the farmhouse's rich history. This exceptional property invites you to become a steward of its legacy. Schedule a private tour to experience the timeless charm and historical significance of this rare 18th-century farmhouse.