Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls 12564

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls. The 6500 SF architect designed home with 32 stall barn complex is on 160 acres of land. Included are quarantine stalls, tack and feed rooms, fire suppression systems, multiple paddocks with run-in sheds, 2 outdoor riding rings, and 250 x 100 indoor arena.

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls.   The 6500 SF architect designed home with 32 stall barn complex is on 160 acres of land.   Included are quarantine stalls, tack and feed rooms, fire suppression systems, multiple paddocks with run-in sheds, 2 outdoor riding rings, and 250 x 100 indoor arena.

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls

Pawling NY Real Estate is in the southeast corner of Dutchess County.  Putnam County forms its southern border, the State of Connecticut its eastern border, the Town of Beekman is to the west and part of the north and the Town of Dover also borders to the North.

Pawling is a town in Dutchess County.   The population was 8,463 at the 2010 census.   According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 45 square miles.   The median income for a household is $61,380 and the per capita income for the town is $30,043.

The town is named after Catherine Pauling, the daughter of Henry Beekman, who held the second largest land patent in the county.   A misprint caused the U to change to a W and the name stuck.  The Town of Pawling is in the southeast part of the county.   The town has a village of Pawling.

A part of the town was involved in a boundary problem involving New York and Connecticut.   A section of the town, located in the “Oblong,”(This curious name was given to the disputed oblong strip of land, two miles in width forming part of the Eastern boundary of the now Dutchess and Putnam Counties.)   It was settled by Nathan Birdsall and his wife Jane Langdon, they were the first pioneer settlers of Quaker Hill, Dutchess, NY.    He was a native of Long Island and was born about 1700 of Quaker parents.   He was one of the surveyors of the area and picked his home site during the survey.   Nathan purchased his land from the Great Nine Partners Patent, and prior to moving his family there, he erected a log house and barn, probably around 1720.   The next settler was Benjamin Ferris, a Quaker preacher.

It was not until 1731, when the one-hundred-year-old dispute as to the boundary between the English in New England and the Dutch in New York was settled, that emigration started in any volume, a number of “Friends” coming from Harrisons Purchase, now a part of Rye, in Westchester County, New York.    Quaker Meeting House is still standing today, and open for visitors.   George Washington established his headquarters at the John Kane House in the town (now the village) for two months in 1778.   The town was founded in 1788, but part of the town was used to form the neighboring Town of Dover in 1807.

Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls

The oldest public golf course in the United States, the Dutcher Golf Course, also is in Pawling, and still in use.  The Pawling Corporation is headquartered there.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 45.0 square miles (117 km2), of which 44.2 square miles (114 km2) is land and 0.8 square miles (2.1 km2) (1.80%) is water.

The eastern and western section of the towns are high and hilly, with the Great Swamp and Harlem Valley in the middle, where the village of Pawling is located.   The highest elevation in town is Observatory Hill, at 1,332 feet (406 m) above sea level; the lowest is 420 feet (130 m), in the Great Swamp along the south boundary of town.

Most of the population of Pawling is concentrated in the valley, traversed by NY 22 (joined by NY 55 south of the village) and Metro-North Railroad’s Harlem Line.   There are two train stations in town, the Pawling station in the village and the Appalachian Trail station, allowing passengers to hike that trail up into the Pawling Nature Reserve along Hammersby Ridge in the northern section of town.

The south town line is the border of Putnam County, New York, and the east town line is the border of Connecticut.   To the west lies the town of Beekman, with Dover to the north.

Pawling NY is nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, Pawling is a community of abundance. Country vistas, unique homes and a quaint Village welcome all. Pawling’s proximity to interstate transportation corridors and access to two Metro-North train stops, provide easy access.

For more information on Pawling NY Equestrian Farm 160 Acres 32 Stalls call 800-398-8802.

For more information on the Town of Pawling click here. 

For more information on Dutchess County click here. 

Basic Information

  • Price: $4,950,000 
  • Property ID: 4868 
  • Town Taxes: 28497 
  • School Taxes: 80794 
  • Prop. Class: Agricultural 
  • Town: Pawling 
  • Contact Agent: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker 
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