A spectacular home built in 2000 from reclaimed materials giving it the feeling of having been built 100's of years ago yet light and all the modern conveniences. The extraordinary acreage is enhanced by being in the middle of a couple of thousand acres most of which are protected by Easements. The large back porch and terrace are an entertainment/family area which looks down the valley over a pond and lush green fields. The total privacy, beautiful views, and exquisite home are further enhanced by a detached 2 car garage which has a guest area and bath. The 5 stall state of the art barn has tack room, feed room, wash stall and a very nice 2 bedroom apartment. The equipment shed is next to barn and there are several fenced fields.
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