Where do I start? This 4.35 acre gentleman’s horse farm with a circa 1820 log home, faced with handmade bricks has been meticulously cared for, upgraded and updated lovingly with the intention of modernizing without taking away from the character and history of the home. The manicured grounds include 21 varieties of trees, 16 varieties of shrubs, and 41 varieties of perennials. Enjoy the original floors in almost the entire main part of the house, along with much of the woodwork, including the grain-painted faux oak doors on the dining room fireplace cabinets. Also original are the 6 over 6 wavy glass windows. 2 working fireplaces. Exposed log wall in office. Vaulted ceiling in foyer that connects main part of house to original summer kitchen/now 1st floor 4th bedroom. Walk-up attic and water-proofed basement. Property includes fenced pasture, a riding ring, a 2 car garage, a workshop/run-in shed, another run-in shed, a potting shed, a potential playhouse/shed, and a bank barn with 3 stalls and a tack room. Recent updates include new A/C 2019, new standing seam roof 2019, new well pump 2018, new LP gas furnace 2016, new water heater 2015. Other updates are too numerous to list here.
Updated on November 1, 2021 at 10:50 am