A stunning 4,012 square foot  historic stone home surrounded by 1000’s of acres of Mohonk Trust forever wild land.  The Heese House, circa 1782, is one of the areas oldest stone homes and is but a few miles from the center of High Falls, close to New Paltz, and is in the heart of the best rock climbing in the area.The house and property have a wonderful view of Mohonk’s ridge, a lovely pond, and picturesque meadows. An exceptional architectural blend of a historic stone home and a spacious contemporary wood frame addition combines the charm you desire along with the modern conveniences you can’t live without. Many original details abound including the stone fireplace, magnificent plank floors, beamed ceilings, hardware on the dutch doors, and a myriad of built ins. The expansive gourmet kitchen exudes understated elegance with a granite topped island and breakfast bar, butcher block counter tops, a commercial stove, and custom cabinetry and lighting. The living spaces flow seamlessly into each other boasting a blissful layout for entertaining.   A classic red barn was originally near the Clove Chapel and was moved years ago to this property. An original “chicken coop” rounds out this picture perfect property. The two additional rooms- Study & Office, on level 2 measure 9’1×9’6 and 12’8×9’4.A perfect layout for family gatherings with lots of private space for each bedroom.