Yes it’s true! The Country Estate That Inspired the James Bond Novelist Is On The Market In New York
Black Hole Hollow Farm in New York – LANDVEST
According Brenda Richardson, real estate contributor to Forbes Magazine “A New York country estate where former British intelligence officer-turned-author Ian Fleming wrote parts of his James Bond thrillers Diamonds Are Forever and Goldfinger is on the market for $2.95 million.
On numerous occasions, Fleming was a long-term house guest at Black Hole Hollow Farm, a historic 440-acre farm on the New York-Vermont border… The Bond character was invented by Fleming in 1953, and legend has it that he may have been inspired to write about Agent 007 while staying at Black Hole Hollow Farm…”