This property is the central portion of the historic Noonmark Farm, from which the Noonmark Diner takes its name. The farmhouse sits on 1.65± acres with a meadow, wetlands, a southern exposure for a good garden and some small animals and views of Spread Eagle and Porter Mountains. It has been well cared for over the years.
Built in 1890 by the Washbond family and updated in the 1970s, it is a two story, five bedroom farmhouse. A large screened porch, rebuilt about 10 years ago, stretches across the south side of the property providing a lovely space with meadow and mountain views for sitting or dining. There is a formal dining room as well an adjoining living room on the east, with lots of natural light to the east. The large eat-in kitchen adjoins to the west with plenty of cabinets and counter space. Upstairs, via an attractive staircase from the dining room, is a central hallway leading to five bedrooms and a bath. An attached shed at the back encompassed the old milk room and serves now for storage and utilities. There is also a large detached two-car garage on the property.
Noonmark Farm is close to Keene Valley amenities, including the school, hardware store, postal porch, grocery store and several eateries and shops. Only 25 minutes away is Lake Placid with its Olympic venues, fine dining and quaint shops. Skiing at Whiteface Mountain is also nearby. Lake Champlain and the ferries to Vermont is only a 40 minute drive. International airports in Albany, New York, Burlington, Vermont and Montreal are all within two hours, while Plattsburgh International Airport is only 50 minutes away.