Tralee Farm sits prominently on the road from vibrant Kingston to historic Stone Ridge and is one of the finest examples of Federal Colonial architecture in the area. The focal point of the property is the center hall 1861 limestone manor house, which retains important period details in its wide board floors, intricate moldings, marble mantels, original doors and hardware, and features grand proportions, gracious spaces, extremely tall ceilings and oodles of natural light. Double parlors, one with wood-burning fireplace greet you on either side when you enter the home, and the formal dining room is adjacent to the fabulous eat-in country kitchen with brick floors and a gas fireplace. There’s a hidden bedroom up a staircase over the kitchen, a space that would also make a great nanny’s room, office or den. A study, full and half baths and delightful covered porch complete the first level of the home. Four generously sized bedrooms and two full bathrooms on the second floor provide lots of space for family or guests, and the master suite, with its gas fireplace, incorporates a sitting room which separates the bedroom from the wainscoted bathroom with its claw-footed soaking tub. Walk-up attic is 25' x 50' with 16' ceilings and skylights, and is ready for finishing into studio, media room, or additional entertaining space. The property enjoys Catskill Mountain views to the north and abuts a generational family farm that’s protected from development. Out on the property, there’s a pond, a 20’ x 40’ inground pool an array of farm structures, the most impressive of which is a two-level 40’ x 80’ gambrel barn that has hosted weddings and community events for many years. There’s also 4 stall 26’ x 38’ stable and 24’ x 42’ barn that has served as a retail shop. The small cabernet franc vineyard allows the property to enjoy an agricultural tax exemption, and being sited in the A2 agricultural district, there are various alternate uses permitted with town approval.