For just $8 million, you too can be the proud owner of a piece of “free love” Americana.
The famous or infamous farm in Bethel, NY farm that drew some 400,000 fans in 1969 for three days of sex, drugs and rock n’ roll is up for sale. Although if you ask people today if they went to Woodstock, the numbers that say yes swell to over a million.
Up for sale is the2,000-square-foot house that belonged to dairy farmer Max Yasgur, along with a larger farmhouse, a barn and 103 bucolic acres about 80 miles north of New York City.
(Woodstock of yesteryear)
Included are a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double convection ovens, Viking stove, antique soapstone sink, 22-foot vaulted ceilings and expansive views of the Pocono Mountains. There’s also a double whirlpool tub, steam shower and bidet.
There must be some baby-boomer sell out one time hippie out their driving a Beamer and now owning their own multi- million dollar business who would like to own “Woodstock” strictly for the nostalgia. The house on the farm where Woodstock took place has a bidet? Why does that just seem so wrong?