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The Farmhouse at Tuckaway

Our 18th century farmhouse restored and ready for your wedding

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The original Wander Inn Farm sign
Tuckaway Tree Farm Farmhouse Wander Inn Sign
This is the original Wander Inn Farm sign with the little goat standing proudly on the hill.

The Farmhouse @ Tuckaway

The Farmhouse @ Tuckaway was built in 1769 by Aaron Corson who settled in Lebanon after moving from Dover, NH. From what we have found, four generations of Corson’s lived at the farm. You can learn more about Aaron Corson here.

In 1974, Sue’s parents bought the farm and its 35 acres, moving from Dutchess County, New York. The idea of buying a farm was a dream of Sue’s mom, Mary, who always wanted to raise goats. Sue parent’s named the farm “Wander Inn Farm.” For years, Sue’s mom raised goats, selling the milk out of the farm. After awhile she partnered with a friend and started making caprine spread (a type of soft goat cheese) that she sold to local health food stores and restaurants.

While her mom was busy tending to the goats, Sue’s dad, Richard, tended to the large family garden every year. He worked on the apples trees, bringing them back into robust production, as well as raising hay for the goats.

And now we look to the future. Once the Farmhouse is renovated, it will be open year-round to guests (and part of our wedding packages). We hope wedding parties, families and more will enjoy the beauty of the Farmhouse as well as the surrounding farm for years to come.  And this renovation will ensure that.

Renovation Is Complete!

See the results of everyone’s hard work.

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What We Started With

Prep work is the key to success!

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We Are Booking the Farmhouse for Weddings in 2022!

Book a wedding package at Tuckaway that includes our Farmhouse, and receive a $1000 off Renovation Special.

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