Harvester Hall. You know the property. You’ve probably passed by thousands of times. This quietly attractive, highly visible, iconic building is ideally situated on the Route 23 corridor between Hudson and the Taconic Parkway in Columbia County and is now available for the first time in over 20 years. Its muscular construction houses over 5000 flexible square feet. Originally built as a showroom for International Harvester farm equipment in 1957, this property has gone through various incarnations since then; at one point the Hudson chapter Knights of Columbus Hall called it home. After sitting vacant, the building was purchased in 2002 by a Manhattan design firm. The designers saw great potential in this diamond in the rough, and their renovation transformed the handsome building into what it is today. The stucco and copper exterior was designed to become one with the bucolic farmland on which it sits. The building was entirely gutted, including all utilities and mechanics. The renovation exposed original soaring wooden ceilings and steel I-beams, and the structure was defined into three unique spaces. The large south-facing loft studio with original clerestory and casement windows is filled with abundant natural light – perfect for any professional task or at-home craft. The center living space with separate entry features cerused oak hardwood and tile floors, offers a new kitchen with stainless appliances and cabinetry, Typhoon Bordeaux granite countertop and island, and cook’s pantry. The open floorplan welcomes an organic lifestyle, and entertains with ease throughout the living spaces, including primary bedroom, den/second bedroom/home office, walk-in closet, and two full baths. The northern space with its own double-door entry is dedicated towards a gallery/mercantile venue, but can be easily adapted – public or private, or both. This is a turnkey property – inside and out. 564 State Route 23 gracefully and proudly resides on an active east-west artery, equidistant between Hudson and Hillsdale, alongside the Hollowville Creek. Conveniently located, yet private. This space is ideal for makers, artists, and creators, with ample room for assembly, energy, and creativity – comfortable daily living adjacent. 564 State Route 23 is an extraordinary property, and its integrity and quality will provide the next steward enormous opportunity and lasting appeal. Under an hour to Albany; just over two hours to NYC.


  • AppliancesClothes Dryer, Clothes Washer, Dishwasher, Wall Oven, Refrigerator, Water Treatment, Electric Cooktop
  • BasementSlab, No basement
  • FlooringHardwood, Tile, Concrete
  • HeatingCeiling, Forced, Hot Air
  • FireplaceFireplaces: 0
  • A/CYes


  • GeneralStucco
  • StyleMid Century Modern


  • RoofingRubber
  • WindowsCasement, Display
  • GeneralBlock, Post & Beam, Concrete, Stucco, Mid Century Modern, Slab


  • Originating MLSColumbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS
  • School DistrictTaconic Hills
  • CountyColumbia


  • Zoning130.-1-11
  • ViewFarmland, Pastoral, Stream
  • RestrictionsNone


  • Utilities200 Amps
  • WaterWell
  • SewerSeptic Tank


  • SourceColumbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS
  • Buyers Agent Compensation2.5

Listing History

  • 06/19/2024Active
  • 06/19/2024$1,300,000 @ $247 per ft²

Property Features

  • 130.-1-11
  • 2.5
  • 200 Amps
  • Block
  • Casement
  • Ceiling
  • Columbia
  • Columbia Greene Northern Dutchess MLS
  • Concrete
  • Display
  • Farmland
  • Fireplaces: 0
  • Forced
  • Hardwood
  • Hot Air
  • Mid- Century Modern
  • No basement
  • Pastoral
  • Post & Beam
  • Rubber
  • Septic Tank
  • Slab
  • Stream
  • Stucco
  • Taconic Hills
  • Tile
  • Well
  • Yes

Residential Info

Property Details

Address: 564 State Route 23, Claverack, New York 12513