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.
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