Take a look around the NYC apartment that Josh calls home during the week.    It’s small, efficient, and the minimal clutter makes it easy to keep tidy.

Now take a “behind the scenes” look at parts of the Beekman Mansion that you may have never seen before

 

by Josh and Brent

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Maureen Argon

Really miss this show, loved watching your hard work with love and humor. This also let's the viewers see that a gay relationship is just like everyone else's. A very positive show. I wish it would come back.

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Judy

I mess the show, any chance it will be back?

We have goats, geese, angora bunnies, bees, dogs, cats and a big garden. We are older and all the 2 legged kids are grown so we spend most of our time working on our small farm, it keeps us young or at least younger. Small farming can be hard work but lots of fun. Today

laugh of the day: I was taring the bunny barn roof and got both my gloves stuck, they well be part of this farm long after I am gone.

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K. Mullins Morris

Best wishes to you all at your home. Miss you on my DVR. Hope to see you again soon. Love always from dairyland California.

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Dragana

Ah! I guess that is a good news. Will get me out to the stores, and to reuse and recycle. Thank you!

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Dragana

It is the ceiling fixture – it got 'individual' attention in a scene when you were talking about adding visual interest by using lighting. I think I know where the bedroom floor lamp is from 😉

Had to go back and watch the video to make sure I didn't miss something:)

Thank you so much for taking time from farming and talk decor. Coming from a farm myself, I know it is a busy season.

Love,

Dragana

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Dr. Brent

Hi, Dragana

That is a vintage piece from the 1960s. We purchased it about 10 years ago from a shop in the West Village. You can often find these lamps in antique stores that carry mid-century furniture

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Dragana

Thank you for letting us in your places and your lives. I love both your places but the appartment is just my style. Would you share where you got the light fixture In the living room (I think it Is the living room)? Looks like the sputnik lamp but even nicer. Thank you!

Dragana

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Cynthia

Thanks for inviting me into your home . . . I loved the tours. I hope you return for another season because you bring a half hour of enjoyable television to my husband and me every week. I just finished Josh's book and thoroughly enjoyed it. I only wish I could have met him when he was in East Lansing, Michigan. Thanks again for sharing your home and lives with us.

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Dr. Brent

Thanks for the kind words, Cynthia. Keep checking the calendar of events on Beekman1802.com to see if we make our way back to your neck of the woods.

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Francesca

Hi Brent,

Loved the tour! Thank you so much for taking the time to show viewers more of the house. I was able to get my Beekman Boys fix too since season 2 just ended. Season 2 was much too short:-(

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KATHY HARKINS

I HAVE WATCHED YOUR SHOW SINCE THE FIRST ONE AND IT MAKES ME LAUGH AND CRY.

YOU BOTH ARE ADORABLE AND I LOVE FARMER JOHN AND IT BROKE MY HEART WHEN HE LOST DOLLYE. iT'S HILARIOUS THAT YOU KNIT SWEATERS FOR THE BABY GOATS. ANYWAY, GOOD LUCK FOR THE FUTURE OF YOUR SHOW AND I WILL BE WATCHING.

KATHY

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Miranda

The only thing wrong with Season 2 – is that it's over. Please come back for a Season 3 and quickly! Much adoring fan of the Fabulous Beekman Boys!

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Kate

I absolutely love both of you and find myself looking forward to each new episode and then watching reruns anytime I run across them. While I have favorites I am starting to see that I just want to see more of your homes, animals, friends and families. My partner and I live in a very old home in midcoast Maine and see similarities in the issues that arise from the aging process of old stohe and wood. Guess that's true of us too and not just the homes! Thanks for sharing your life and homes with all of us. And the tour was fabulous!

Thank you, thank you.

Kate and Susan

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Patricia Wahr

Thank you so much for showing off your beautiful home to us. You must be so proud. My husband and I watch your show and are always waiting for a new farm adventure! Like you we love the land and nature around us. We have two acres in Warsaw, NY with a pond and dogs and chickens and ducks and of course a garden.Thanks for the information on mikweed can't wait to try it. Hope to visit Sharon Springs this summer!!

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Allan O'Grady C

I watched last night with a huge smile on my face. To see the love and respect Josh's parents have for Josh and Brent is heartwarming. Love seeing Josh's mother at his office — very cool.

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Joyce North

Dear Brent and Josh,

I can't believe that with every new episode I enjoy you more! Last night's episode was so heart-warming with Josh and his Mom and Brent and Josh's Dad. They both love you both very dearly and it was just wonderful to see all that love and affection amongst you four. The scene with Dave and Brent lounging in the living room was absolute priceless! You bring so much joy to all of us!

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Joyce

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Renee

Thank you for the tour, Brent! I never miss your show – I love you guys and Josh's books. It was wonderful to see more of the house. It was very kind of you to share your lives with the fans. Best of luck!! I tell everyone about you guys and your show! Best of luck always, and I hope Josh makes it to the farm full-time soon.

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beth

Oh Brent, I love it!! My husband and I just bought a small farm here in KY. I am inspired so much by your farm and business. My husband use to call my 'Martha" because I love to cook, be crafty, and am always doing "projects" to improve the look or function of well anything! Now he calls me "Ms. Brent." lol Good luck with all you both do and hopefully one day I can afford a trip to Sharon Springs!! For now I must work on starting my little business. Thanks for your inspiration!

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Stephanie

Thank you both so much for the tour of your farm house. It is beautiful and clever. It is fantastic to preserve the history of the house. It was also a great pleasure to meet both of you at Terrain. I wish you the best with Bee Keeping, you will fall in love with it, and watching the bees around the property doing their job is a treat in it self. Have a great summer.

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Kathleen Jonick

Hi Guys

Loved the tour. You did a great job on your lovely home. We just changed cable carriers and unfortunately we do not have the planet channel in our lineup. Do you or can I watch full episodes of your show on the internet or your website? Happy Mother's day to both your moms!

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Andrea

Hi Guys! – Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy the show. The farm is just stunning and I appreciate you sharing with us your time and experiences.

My daughter bought me some of your soaps and room spray for my birthday – can say enough good things about them – The soap is lovely and silky and the scents remarkable. I'm hoping to get some cheese this year – save me a round!

I hope you continue to discover and enjoy the unexpected delights that the farm will undoubtedly keep providing for you – (and us!) Best wishes for a great new season.

best,

Andrea

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Robert L

Glad to see such a wonderful and entertaining show as well as a couple who are just like us! Wish you all the success in your ventures and hope you'l both be permanantly on the farm.

P.s Can't wait to try the soap!

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ella kennedy

we love your show and count the days until tuesday.

did you put in modern bathrooms or were you able to find old fixtures to use in the rooms?

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Allan O'Grady C

I can't wait to come and visit and see the farm and the mansion. I am afraid I might want to move to Sharon Springs, however. Great tour – thanks – loving Season 2 as much as I loved Season 1.

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Deb C.

Missed Tuesday's show…away in Quebec; catching up this morning before we attempt turning over the still-cold gardens here in VT. Absolutely loved the tours of the apartment and the Beekman.

Deb

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Charlene

DR Brent and Josh,

Thank you for the tour of your home. I grew up and worked on a very old farm in Schoharie and this really brings back memories for me! Growing up there was the best time of my life, Thank you! I love looking at other old homes and the restoration work is beautiful.

Charlene

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tracey helton

Look that that tiny little apartment! People who don't live on the coasts don't realize how expensive our little mousetraps are in the city. The best part of our 900sqft house is our yard filled with fruit trees and the quality of our 1907 frame. This house has withstood numerous earthquakes and doesn't flinch!

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Ruthie in San Franci

Thank you for showing us your lovely home. It was so nice to learn your approaches with design with each room's prominent feature(s) – grandfathered cabinets, wallpapers, woods, decoys. It was a neat bonus to tour your cellar & attic, too.

I also was tickledly taken with your show last summer, and i agree, the Fabulous Beekman Boys is the best show on tv! Watching the show never fails to make me happy.

I'm sure it must be hard for you & Josh to be away from the farm, but i'm so appreciative of your traveling out to all corners so fans could meet you. You folks are the nicest people, and i wish you much continued success.

P.S. Because i attended a Green Festival to see you, my next car might be an electric power-assisted BICYCLE — would be sooo cool for erranding about in hilly, parking-challenged, highest-gas-priced SF! Wish me luck, guys 🙂

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Barbara

I LOVE how often Brent said "we're very protective of this"! I would be too in such a beautiful home–even the root cellar looked like it was staged for a photo shoot. Thanks for sharing.

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Terri

Thanks for sharing your lovely home. We also live in an 1800's vintage home in N. Illinois. Love these old places, so much character! BTW, I think you need some Icelandic sheep! Not only will you get fabulous meat and lovely wool, you can milk them as well.

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Diane Reilly

I so loved the tour of your beautiful home. Envious that it is so pristine and grand. We own an early 1800's home/farm not far from you in the Town of Glen (Fultonville.) Typical farmhouse and nowhere near as grand as your home but beautiful in its own way. Our home too is held together, not with nails but with pegs, and has hand-hewn exposed beams in the original portion of the house as well as in the barns. We feel so honored to own a piece of history as I am sure you do. Not only that, the rich soil of this area allows us to grow our own food as well as grow enough to sell at the Canajoharie Farmers Market. Good Luck in your venture and so happy to see that you appreciate what this area has to offer.

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Linda Schnell-Leonar

That was just lovely. Thank you for showing us around. You are a sweetie.

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DeliaDD

I finally watched this. LOVE the flower room, I want that comforter. And fireplaces in the bedrooms, how wonderful!

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Jodi

Thanks for the mini tour! Great home. Looks so fresh and inviting. Excellent show. I started watching it last summer when I was home from work for two weeks after I had some minor surgery. I absolutely fell in love with the show and hope to some day visit Sharon Springs.

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Juie

Yes, I did enjoy your mini tour since I've been curious about what the rest of your house looked like. Very homey. Thanks!

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