Perched at the edge of a pristine private swimming creek and cascading waterfall, this celebrated c.1820s manor home “floats” above the surface of the water, inspiring the property’s iconic name: Floating Farmhouse.
Featured in Dwell, Architectural Digest, and Travel + Leisure following a four-year design/rebuild process by acclaimed designer and owner Tom Givone, this special property has been meticulously restored to period splendor while melding uniquely modern architecture and finishes. The result is a luxuriously spacious, yet warmly intimate feel throughout this sprawling home.
The Floating Farmhouse has been called "the most beautiful" destination in the Catskills and “a living laboratory for how to bring the vernacular past into the present.”
This property also operates as an established luxury vacation rental, film/photo shoot location, and executive retreat venue, offering the unique flexibility of enjoying a stunning private home while netting substantial six-figure income.
The Floating Farmhouse is located in the hamlet of Eldred, situated just minutes from the Delaware River. Charming nearby towns like Narrowsburg and Barryville offer an abundance of fun shops and eateries.
Boutique hotels like The Eldred Preserve, Kenoza Hall, and Blue Fox offer additional dining options, as well as pool and spa services! Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center is 15 miles away and has an impressive lineup of shows and events. Venture a bit farther for even more dining/shopping options in Callicoon and Cochecton.
Eldred is close to beautiful hiking trails, skiing at Big Bear, and so much more! Plus, it’s just under a 2-hour drive to/from NYC!
The area is known for its centuries-old history, charming hotels, and antique shops, as well as chic boutiques and up-and-coming eateries.
Designer Tom Givone has transformed a dilapidated farmhouse into a bright country house with a porch overlooking the creek.
Dubbed “the most beautiful” destination in the Catskills by Travel + Leisure Magazine, Eldred Village’s Floating Farmhouse is eye-catching to be sure. However, it’s no...
Meticulously reimagined by former copywriter-turned-designer Tom Givone, the Floating Farmhouse — a circa 1820s manor home perched on the edge of a creek — is undoubte...
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