Located in Old Chatham, New York, this colonial-style home has been standing since it was first built by Revolutionary War lieutenant Jonathan Chapman in the 1790s. The 17-acre property contains a 20,000-square-foot barn, a detached garage, and a spacious pond for summer dips. While many original elements of the farmhouse’s wooden exterior remain intact, the interior has been given a breath of fresh air.
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