Sited on 56 protected acres, this rare Stone Ridge compound, historically known as Bogart Glen, has evolved from its humble 1709 origin to become one of the most significant properties in the area. Meticulously restored and enlarged in 2016 by a noted architect and premier builder, the home successfully marries modern flow, infrastructure and conveniences with an aesthetic that respects and underscores its historical significance and detail. An impressively scaled and outfitted kitchen with an area for casual dining anchors the home’s public space, along with the living room and its imposing stone fireplace, and the elegantly proportioned dining room, also with a fireplace, which offers the right atmosphere for more formal entertaining. A dark hued TV lounge off the dining room is perhaps the most dramatic room in the house, and just down the hall is a spacious first-floor bedroom suite. Three additional bedrooms share a bathroom on the second floor of the original structure. Up its own staircase, the principal bedroom suite enjoys a wood-burning fireplace, Juliette balcony facing the stream and lush woods, and a large private deck accessed through the luxe bathroom. A dedicated home office overlooks the woods and enjoys the fourth of the home’s fireplaces. The property’s multiple outbuildings include a large 1812 Dutch barn, one of the finest examples of its kind in the Northeast, a studio in a former granary, and a newly constructed and well-outfitted, heated, secure 6-car garage. The natural 65' swimming pool is secluded behind the barn complex and features state-of-the art filtration technology. A stroll across the stream and up the hill leads to a 60’ waterfall, one of many spots to appreciate the property’s abundant nature. The center of Stone Ridge and a wide variety of services are nearby, as are Minnewaska State Park, Mohonk Preserve, Woodstock and the city of Kingston.