Greek Revival farmhouse in stunning farm setting with exposure to the Berkshire Mountains as well as the Catskills, built in 1840 by Jacob Van Rensselaer of the esteemed early Hudson Valley family. Eligible for National Register, it features a front pediment with unique fan-light and portico columns with noteworthy lattice grillwork.Brilliantly lit interiors have a compliment of original moldings, doors, hardware, floor-to-ceiling windows and wide board white pine floors. Front door opens to formal stair hall revealing spacious elegant front parlor and formal dining room bisected by oversized paneled doors. Kitchen addition features large walk-in pantry and laundry, with mud room on one side. Atypical side porch columns mimic the elaborately proportioned front elevation. Distinctive trellis motif visually connects both porches.Second floor accommodates three generous bedrooms and a full bath. Remarkable farm outbuildings include a dairy barn, granary, garage / carriage house, and original outhouse. Five minutes from trendy Hudson, this is a wonderful opportunity for a buyer who cherishes history to create the perfect private family compound with extended guest facilities, or an owner/investor who can capitalize on this 43-acres of prime farmland. Mixed commercial/residential zoning with potential for subdividing, along with 2/3 mile of road frontage on two roads, could yield a substantial benefit.Built ca. 1840, by Jacob Van-Rensselaer, house is eligible to list on both State and National Registers of Historic Places. This pristine highly-intact illustration of rural Greek Revival architecture. The American Farmhouse (by Henry Kaufman, which catalogs historic homes) called this house, A little temple in the New York countryside.