In the cold winter months, nothing provides more comfort than a warm fireplace, a cup of tea and good company. In celebration of family, hearth and home, here are our favorite fireplaces:
We love the rustic, old time charm of this fireplace, which can be found in Hellbrook Farms in Ulster Park. This renovated, circa 1750 stone colonial has a spectacular antique Dutch barn addition in an enchanting pastoral gentleman farm setting.
Heading to Hurley, you will find a more modern fireplace with clean lines at the Captain Newkirk Estate. This early 1700s stone farmhouse overlooks the beautiful Hudson Valley.
This welcoming fireplace can be found in Honey Meadow Farm in Stanfordville. The charming circa 1790 farmhouse is located on 66 incredible acres with panoramic Catskill Mountain views.
The Samuel Huntting House, also in Stanfordville, has several fireplaces of varying styles. We especially like the refined, understated elegance of this one.
This home in Germantown features five fireplaces throughout. We love the simple warmth offered from this one in the enchanting cedar shingle home.
Eight fireplaces can be found in Clematis Cottage in Stone Ridge. We imagine many friendly gatherings took place near this one, which carries the home’s Victorian feel.