Hunterdon | 1044 River Avenue, Readington, N.J.
House and Horse Farm
A four-bedroom, three-and-a half-bath, 3,916-square-foot farmhouse built in 1800 and updated in 2014, with original pumpkin pine flooring, a country-style dining room and open kitchen with wood-burning stove, a large family room with exposed beams, front and back covered porches, a barn with five horse stalls and a treehouse, on 3.39 acres of fields and horse paddocks. Patricia Deseno, Coldwell Banker, 908-872-9287, coldwellbanker.com
$14,051 a year
The house has natural finishes throughout, several comfortable gathering spaces and extensive storage. It’s in a bucolic setting, surrounded by other horse farms, and adjacent to a 1,000-acre state preserve.
There is no garage, though part of the barn could be converted to park cars. The last section of road leading to the house is unpaved.
9 Partridge Ridge Road, Katonah, N.Y.
Five-Bedroom 1977 House
A five-bedroom, five-bath, 6,104-square-foot, custom-built 1977 house with a sunken living room that has a fireplace, a paneled library/office with built-ins, an open kitchen/family room with a butler’s pantry and brick fireplace, a paneled bonus room, a primary bedroom suite with sitting and dressing areas and a sauna, several en suite bedrooms, backyard patios, an in-ground saltwater pool and a three-car garage, on 5.3 acres. Tracy M. Cunniff, Houlihan Lawrence, 914-960-1319; houlihanlawrence.com
$35,069 a year
The house, in move-in condition, has been tastefully renovated to retain original features. Large spaces, indoors and out, lend themselves to entertaining. One of the en suite bedrooms would suit an au pair or teenager.
Some of the rooms lack overhead lighting. Steps down to the sunken living room may be inconvenient for some. Cellular service in the area is spotty.
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