Built in 1789 for one of America's first secret agents, the Spy Hill Estate will appease history and architecture buffs alike. The home is situated on four acres in Hudson Valley — just an hour outside of New York City. While it's classic Colonial shell still remains, the interior has been furnished with custom pieces and modern fixtures. The 3,000 square foot main house offers 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, a library, and a stone veranda that leads to a 40-foot pool and spa. Also on the property is a 19th-century barn housing a workshop, yoga studio, and greenhouse while a separate guest cottage provides an additional bedroom and an art studio. It's finished off with a white picket fence and an impeccably manicured lawn that complements the picturesque Upstate setting.
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