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Spy Hill Was Built for One of the First American Undercover Agents

Spy Hill Was Built for One of the First American Undercover Agents

Enoch Crosby was a spy during the Revolution, attending a meeting of British loyalists and relaying the information acquired to help jail the others in attendance. When he wasn’t running covert ops, Crosby was kicking back at Spy Hill, a colonial estate in the heart of the Hudson Valley. You don’t need to infiltrate meetings to enjoy the same opulence, as Spy Hill is on the market and ready for you if you have the moola. The main house offers a master bedroom complete with fireplace, dining room complete with fireplace, and a great room complete with—wait for it—a fireplace. What else do you get besides the ability to light a great amount of indoor fires? A two-story guest cottage and a large barn outfitted with a yoga studio and a functioning greenhouse. There’s also an in-ground pool for good measure. 

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