Cautious optimism as real estate market begins to move

A home on more than 100 acres, Stony Batter Farm in Cornwall, sold for $2.325 million last month. Above is the living room of the main residence. Photo Submitted

It feels like there’s some new juice flowing through the real estate market. Last month, Stony Batter Farm in Cornwall was sold after about five years on the market (listed first with Klemm Real Estate and then with Litchfield Hills Sotheby’s International Realty).

Described as a “gentleman’s farm,” Stony Batter has a large main house, a guest cottage built as a tenant farmer’s home, more than 100 acres with ponds and a remote setting. It sold for $2.325 million — not quite the asking price of $2.995 million, but still a notable sale.

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