Named for this charming hamlet's first blacksmith, the Jesse Trenchard House, built in 1780, is one of the oldest houses in the bucolic Palisades historic district. Freshly renovated Dutch colonial, with additions from 1833 and 1994 and awarded preservation citations for historically accurate restoration of the colonial house and appropriateness of the modern addition, the Trenchard house combines the charm of old house living with the ease of a new house. Full of period details—antique wide plank floorboards, large, gracious fireplaces in living and dining rooms, original windows and doors, charming kitchen with small fireplace—along with all updated appliances and systems, AC, open family room offering views to large deck and garden, and interior bridge connecting modern addition with large master bed and bath, three car garage and workshop. Architect-driven renovation so all details perfect. Walk to the library, Hudson river, and nature trails. Country living only 25 minutes to NYC.
The Hudson Valley is defined as the valley of the Hudson River and its adjacent communities, from New York City north to Albany and Troy. The area is divided into three regions: lower, mid and upper Hudson Valley.Read more about luxury homes in Hudson Valley