"Qual Ridge Farm" offers country living at its finest. A circular drive leads to the home and custom built garage/carriage house with loft. Dating back to 1775, the main house offers all of the original charm including wide board hardwood floors, exposed beams and three fireplaces. The home has been thoughtfully and lovingly updated to incorporate today's conveniences while leaving the historic aspects beautifully intact. Built by George Duryea, the 1775 date is visible in the surround of the over sized fireplace in the kitchen. The kitchen was very recently renovated, and is a delight for cooks and guests alike with its stainless appliances, tasteful new cabinets, quartz counter tops and generous sitting area for enjoying a cup of tea or a glass of wine. The formal dining is graciously scaled and entertaining perfect. The living room is spacious and offers a fireplace with a cozy woodburning stove. The first floor master bedroom also boasts a fireplace. A guest or family bedroom and full bath are offered. The main rooms are all located off a charming central hallway. Two additional bedroom and another tasteful full bath are located up a staircase for privacy. The grounds are completely fenced and the land is level. There are mulberry, apple and walnut trees to enjoy, and in the warmer weather a lovely, sunny in ground pool. A garden shed is also featured and lends to the historic feel of the property. The two and one half car carriage house style garage was constructed in 2006 of traditional post and beam construction. The second story loft is currently set up as a home fitness center. Located one hour's drive from the George Washington Bridge, Quail Ridge Farm would make an ideal, manageable country home or an ideal part time country home. The property was featured in a several page article in Country Home magazine and is beautifully maintained.