Tatetuck Farm, an iconic equestrian estate, has been in the same family for 60 years. It is historically and architecturally significant. On 219 acres located on both the east and west sides of a scenic road it is one of the most expansive properties ever available in Washington. The main house is considered to be one of the finest Federal-style Colonials in the area with 5 bedrooms, 4 fireplaces, a stone terrace overlooking spectacular grounds: stone and rail fencing, gardens, pool, pond, pastures, and woodlands. The pool, uniquely shaped as a quadrant, has a pool house with fireplace, kitchenette, dressing room and bath. A 2 bedroom guest house has a finished basement and garage. Three horse barns (combined total of 18 stalls) are surrounded by verdant pastures and riding ring. 131 acres is in an agricultural conservation easement to Steep Rock Land Trust. On the west side of the road are two houses and a large 15 stall barn. Both properties have 2 bedrooms and can be used as rental, caretaker or guest houses. Much of this land abuts the Hidden Valley portion of Steep Rock. Tatetuck Farm evokes a grace and gentility associated with a time gone by. One is embraced by the beauty and peacefulness here.
Note: 4 separate parcels. 188, 190, 161 & 193 Sabbaday. Specs are for main house only. Taxes, assessments, and acreage have been combined.
Also listed on 165.43 acres for $3,995,000.