This unique home started as a 1734 log cabin, was enlarged with a stone addition in 1838, and became the spacious residence of today, with a second authentic log home carefully reassembled in 1988 as a striking and harmonious addition. Historic appeal emanates from every room. Here you’ll find random width floors, huge fireplaces, exposed beam ceilings, and deep-silled windows framing picture perfect views.
Cozy living and dining areas are connected by a lovely modern kitchen with granite countertops and lots of storage and prep space. Three spacious bedrooms include a primary suite with walk-in closet and luxurious bath, as well as an additional loft area that can be used as a bedroom or flexible space. A large wood deck runs the entire length of the home and is a prime spot from which to take in the beauty of the surroundings. Outbuildings include a two stall barn, large storage/workshop, and bake house.
The ideal location of the property puts you just minutes from I-78 or Route 309, and just two hours from New York. The sun-dappled acreage includes a portion of Licking Creek and a spring-fed pond. Explore the beauty of every season on ten acres of unblemished countryside at the Hugh Foulke House.
Updated on November 14, 2023 at 2:46 pm