An 1850's restored post-and-beam barn offers a variety of antiques, collectibles and small intimate events. Located along River Road on the Pennsylvania side of Callicoon, it is only a half mile down from the Pennsylvania Public River Access. Many people walk, bike and drive from Callicoon along this lovely stretch of country road. As you approach you will see the wood fences, a spring fed pond, gazebo and happy horses in lush pastures. Visitors might see an occasional bald eagle fly over, fish jumping in the pond and hear the calming sound of birds and the wind in the trees.
The farm is a portion of the lands once home to the Lenape Native Peoples, then the home of the earliest settlers and raftsmen when logging of the virgin timber was a major industry. It is nestled on the effluvial plain known as Tammany, in the beautiful valley embraced by New York and Pennsylvania mountains.