This 150 acre Hilltop Estate features the acreage you want as an additional 45 or 109 acres can be made available. Every field has long views. It is certified organic and maybe 50acres are in hay meadows and another 20 or so are fields returning to nature – the remainder is wooded. Yes, there is timber value here. This is a quiet location near the Montgomery County line, with Amish neighbors.
The home is special – built in 1860, it has 4089 square feet of living space, huge spacious rooms. It was thoroughly restored in 1989 and features oak floors throughout, along with much heavy crown molding, exposed box beams, some paneled and some stuccoed ceilings, some hardwood paneled walls and some with heavy wallpaper, ceramic tile where appropriate, thermopane windows throughout, and a stunning formal front hall and stairway. It has 2 large living rooms and 2 large master bedrooms with their own full baths, 3 1/2 baths total.
Outside, the rich and opulent colonial appearance of the interior gives way to a more European feel, with stuccoed walls and exposed exterior beams. The home is hidden in its own tiny forest of gigantic spruce and maple trees, with cedars interspersed in places. There is a 20×30’ 3 car garage. You will find a 12×28’ shed (old) and 2 sections of lawn enclosed by chain link fences to make it dog safe. There is also a 12×66’ concrete pad where a trailer once stood. It has it’s own septic.