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Max's farmThe 103-plus-acre homestead belonging to Max Yasgur, dairy farmer and patron-saint of the Woodstock Music And Arts Festival, is now up for sale. The dairy farmer-turned-cultural icon will be kicked to the curb, but dont worry—the 40-acre site of the original festival isn't part of the deal, as it's already become the home of the $70 million Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Joshpe Real Estate Co. Inc.'s listing of Yasgur's property pretty clearly appeals to the corporate ex-hippie demographic, advertising its "gourmet kitchen with stainless-steel appliances" and "waster bathroom with double whirlpool tub, steam shower, bidet and double vanity."


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