This is your moment to have a spacious home on 5 acres on a private country lane on Quaker Hill. Very few homes are currently available in Pawling, and especially on Quaker Hill. This three bedroom, two and a half bath home sits on the inside of a bend on Cedar Lane, a private road with only 3 addresses. The Dutch Colonial gambrel-roofed home was designed by Connecticut architect Eli Townsend. This style home is fitting for Quaker Hill, being on the eastern edge of the Hudson Valley's early Dutch influence. Explore your woods, hang out on the huge two-level deck in the backyard, or watch wildlife from the indoors of your bright and spacious home. To the left of the entrance hall is your expansive living room with bay window, beamed ceiling, French door to side yard, and the center focal point a huge stone wood burning fireplace, open to the dining area and kitchen. Beyond the kitchen, an addition created a family room with a bay window, a large half bath, separate side entrance, multiple closets, including one for the washer and dryer and access to the rear deck. This family room setup could easily turn into a first floor master suite with such a large half bath, or potential in-law setup with the separate side entrance. Upstairs off of the large landing to the right is the large master bedroom with a vaulted, wood paneled ceiling with two double-door closets, a full bath complete with clawfoot tub in the middle of the landing, an adjacent second bedroom and then the third bedroom which has its own full bath. The home blends harmoniously with its wooded, private & serene surroundings with ample acreage for pool, barn, detached garage, or even a few horses. Located in an easy-to-get-to area of Quaker Hill, 4 minutes from Route 22 and 7 minutes from the quaint Village of Pawling with fine dining, pubs, shops, and Metro North station. An idyllic weekend retreat or year round living just 90 minutes from NYC by train or car.