Front View of the Home
Magical Setting Restored 1830's Farmhouse
Enchanting and unparalleled grounds envelope this superbly restored circa 1830s farmhouse offering a unique country escape. Once the home of John Vickery, a prominent contemporary artist, recently restored and designed by a renowned landscape architect, the home is quaintly crafted throughout. From the original seamless and lustrous fir wood floors, living room with stone fireplace, dining room with brick fireplace, fabulous kitchen with stainless steel appliances topped by gleaming granite counters, to the cathedral ceiling master suite with fabulous bath wrapped in tumbled marble, this home is brimming with fine detail and incredible charm. Overlooking the breezy screened in porch and expansive mahogany deck, the majestic grounds are ornamented with unique sculptures <!--(negotiable)-->, water gardens, ruins replica of a spring house/smokehouse with fireplace, stone bridge island, endless stone walls and fountains, koi pond, and soothing echoes of a trickling stream.
An 1800 square foot studio and full bath completed in 1998, is hallmarked with lustrous
wood floors, cathedral ceiling, art/recreation room, office via spiral staircase with captivating
view and artistic style. An 1830’s post and beam barn with hayloft is attached for storage with
multi-level garages, and/or utility room/workshop.
Has Rentable Unit(s) 1st Floor Laundry Room
Master bedroom upstairs
Water Heater - Electric
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