Late 19th century American Italianate Masterpiece on 35 lush waterfront acres. Renovated and expanded in 2002 by Dan Zelinski Builders along with Architect Rob Clarke. They, along with the current owners have planned, tweaked and made every inch of this beautiful home flawless. This architectural award winning home has been named Grasshopper Grange and is an amazing home and living experience. This 35-acre estate delivers what many Gentleman Farmers only dream of owning. Special attention has been paid to details, from the cupola to the cornices. These details include wide moldings, trim and paneled walls, handcrafted to perfection. The grounds feature extensive landscaped gardens, dry laid stone walls, a reflecting pool and sunken English garden and an acre and a half, 35'deep pond with screened 360 sq.ft. gazebo. Designed for daily gracious living, this home offers 15 rooms and 5-1/2 bathrooms in over 8200 finished square feet, and includes a historic 3-story barn and several outbuildings. The heart of the home is the kitchen/great room and it is one in which Martha Stewart would be at home. Special kitchen features include an abundance of cherry cabinetry, butlers pantry, lighted walk-in pantry, pots and pans closet, a huge granite island with bar stool seating, oak beams and black walnut floors. The formal living room, dining room and garden room offer spacious free-flowing areas sufficient to satisfy all entertaining needs.
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