Friday, September 30, 2011

The Smithy

The Smithy was brought to my attention a few months ago by a reader (thank you Jesse).  It's a property in Schoharie County – one of the most verdant, untouched, and wide-ranging landscapes of upstate New York. The tiny hamlet of West Fulton lies at the crossroads of the county in the far northern foothills of the Catskill Mountains.  The Smithy was originally built as a blacksmith's shop in the 1800's and has been lovingly restored over the past twelve years.

So beautiful.

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Appletree said...

I love the charts

SADBBLOG said...

beautiful photos!

Miranda said...

Love the pillows and the charts and the garden and the river and -- oh yes -- the house!

baileyblush said...

Your blog is truly stunning! And this place is magical! Those diagram/posters are great wall decoration.

Loretta Fontaine (APPLESandRUBIES) said...

Sarah- Scoharie County borders our Albany County. We were there at last week with the kids and the landscapes (even in the rain) are so pastoral and gorgeous. Love what they did to this house. So fresh and thoughtful.

Sadly, the Scoharie Creek flooded badly with Hurricane Irene and even worse with Tropical Storm Lee, so everyone who had homes or crops the lowlands is recovering.