Lundy Farm is a revitalization project founded by CEO Mike Patton. The 62 acre property is situated within 30,000 acres of state forest and is traversed by the Vernooy Kill River. Brooklyn restaurateur Irving Lundy purchased 5,405 acres of land in 1920 for his estate. He constructed stone buildings and bridges, horse and cow stables, a chicken coop, and a fresh water well. Lundy developed the evergreen landscape, cedar forest, and fresh water pond. The estate was a gathering place for experiencing nature’s high aesthetics, and we’ve maintained that foundation.

The expansive landscape set in a mountainous valley caters to long walks, bike rides, and hiking. There are multiple swimming options, including a spring fed pond with rope swings. Guests stay in two distinct houses that feature comfortable common rooms, reading nooks, fireplaces, stone patios, dining rooms, and a game room with video projector.

We have added a greenhouse, 4 acre regenerative organic farm, and chef kitchen in our revitalization of the estate. We refurbished the building interiors and restored the horse stable into a movement studio. The property is the home of an apple, peach, and pear orchard, a compost site, laying hens, and bees.