Set on 51.17 bucolic acres in the Coleman Station Historic District in the heart of the Hudson Valley, this spectacular custom-designed Federal-style home spans approximately 5,200 square feet including the finished basement. The dramatic sweeping driveway is lined in mature Red American Maple trees and leads to the elegant estate, which boasts unparalleled views of the property’s landscape with over 75 trees, pastoral views, a pond, and serene land. There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two powder rooms, and four wood-burning fireplaces. The inviting entertainment space includes a magnificent living room, a formal dining room, a library with a bluestone patio, and an entertainment room. There is an enormous gourmet eat-in kitchen outfitted with Subzero, Viking, and Miele appliances, which has an open informal dining area that opens onto a beautifully finished bluestone patio overlooking the pond and featuring an outdoor gas Viking grill. In the finished basement are a billiard room, a media room, a gym, a custom 1,200-bottle wine cellar, a playroom/utility room, a laundry room, a workshop, a mechanical room, and storage. There is a three-car windowed garage, a Gunite heated swimming pool and hot tub, and an impressive pool house with a kitchenette, full bathroom, and a changing room. The exteriors of the pool house include bluestone patios including a covered porch and the second outdoor Viking gas grill. Meticulously designed by architect John Kinnear, there are cedar roofs, copper piping, wide plank pine floors, a windowed mudroom. No expense was spared with two-zone central air conditioning, a backup generator, Cat6 wiring, and a whole-house water filtration system. Perfectly located in the Oblong Valley, this private oasis is minutes away from the heart of Sharon, CT, and Millerton, NY, ten minutes to the Wassaic train station and right off the Harlem Valley Rail Trail.