Got $8 million laying around? If so, you can own a piece of history – Max Yasgur’s farm, site of the Woodstock festival, is for sale.
The Yasgur residence (circa 1940) is approximately 2,000 sq. ft. and has the original fireplace, built-in-cabinets (built by Mr. Yasgur), 3 bedrooms, sun rooms off the kitchen and master bedroom, and detached two-car garage.
Max’s Barn is approximately 7,000 sq ft. and is close to 100 years old. It has a stone foundation and original exterior, emblazoned with the name Yasgur, as well as hand-painted windows with 60’s music icons created by local artist Jewel Eggink. The floor and metal roof were replaced and the beams shored in 1997.
The property is comprised of over 103 acres on five separate deeds with approximately 2,000 ft. of road frontage on State Route 17B. Yasgur Road is a 520 ft. road that leads into the private property.