Recently featured in Country Sampler Magazine, this Beautiful Stone Colonial built in 1750, with an addition built in 1800, rests on 9 acres in rural Sussex County, New Jersey. Just a little over an hour to NYC, but a world away, this property features beautiful stone walls, perennial gardens, and a 2 acre pond filled with bass and pickerel. Cross over the bridge to the 3 acres being used as a small farm featuring goats, sheep, donkeys, chickens and turkeys. A fenced in back yard, which features a vegetable and herb garden, is right off of the lovely screened in porch. Collect your own eggs from the chicken coop! Relax down by the spring enhanced by a lovely water feature and fire pit. The home has been lovingly restored and well maintained. Beautiful hardwood floors and lovely deep windowsills add to its charm. A wood burning fireplace in the keeping room keeps you warm on those cold New Jersey winter nights. Exposed stone walls can be found in the dining and family rooms, as well as the tavern room which features a colonial cage bar. Historically accurate stenciling can be found in many of the rooms. This home is one of the oldest in Sussex County yet has all of the modern conveniences.
Updated on September 7, 2022 at 6:46 pm