Historic Estate in Putnam Valley


23.87 acres of preserve land
Main house with 5 bedrooms
Guest cottage with 2 bedrooms
Private yet not secluded
Landmark homestead
Numerous outbuildings

Historic landmark estate deeply enriched with history and natural beauty.  Originally built circa 1769 by Captain John Lickley and used for town meetings before the town of Putnam Valley was set off.  In 1967 the estate was purchased by noted publisher and art collector Harry and Nina Abrams and enjoyed as a country retreat from their home in New York City. 

This 20+ acre stately colonial homestead features a 3000+ square foot home with a separate barn, silo,  guest cottage, two car garage, tennis court, 30 x 60 pool, pool house, various small outbuildings, and stream.