The James B. Fisk house – which was built in 1868, was surely the talk of the town. Easily, one of the most unique homes in Red Hook Village in all it’s splendor, sitting pretty on 4 acres of pasture, off a quiet side street among wild flowers and fruit trees. Once a boarding house, it was a popular destination for those wishing to escape the city life. It’s architectural details and wrap around porch are still exquisite, commemorating the charm and grace of it’s era. With only 4 owners since being built, this home has maintained it’s spectacular allure and now boasts 5 Bedrooms in the main house, 2 full baths, a country kitchen, formal DR, inviting parlor and lovely LR. 10 ft ceilings on main floor give the space and light that so many desire. The third floor was renovated back in 2000 and designed into a 2-3 BR apt with kitchen, dining area and LR. The full basement is very usable, equipped with a sauna and offers laundry, plenty of space and a good sized workshop. The current barn has a loft and is in great shape, providing adequate room for a studio or just extra storage. The classic pole barn off the back is home to the farm equipment that can certainly be negotiated with the property. This home incorporates yesteryear with today’s conveniences – the solar panels, which are owned, saves loads on electricity and there’s even an electric car charging station. Got an RV? No problem, there’s a hook up and pad all ready to go. And if you don’t have a need for all the acreage, slice off 2 acres for a potential investment opportunity as there is frontage on 3 streets. Nothing else compares to this property. Come experience what country life feels like while enjoying all the conveniences the village has to offer.