Antique Stone Colonial For Sale on 5+ Acres in Lebanon Twp.
A captivating country property is sited on 5.25± acres of colorful gardens and picturesque trees in Lebanon Township. Originally built in the 1920s, this one-of-a-kind stone Colonial takes in sweeping valley views from its hilltop vantage point, where it is set above the South Branch of the Raritan River. Dependencies on the acreage dating back to the late 1800s include a carriage barn, spring house and root cellar/ice house. Bordering the property and adding to its privacy are 82± acres of preserved land. Centrally located near the village of Califon in Hunterdon County, there is easy access to numerous recreational opportunities including the Columbia Trail, Ken Lockwood Gorge and Hickory Run, a Class One wild trout stream.
An updated nine-room floor plan offers four bedrooms and two-and-one-half baths. The newer master suite addition on the first floor designed by noted architect Ed O’Brien is a contemporary touch that interacts seamlessly with the original layout. Highlights of the flowing floor plan include a remodeled gourmet kitchen, stone fireplaces, antique barn timbers, white oak plank flooring, recessed lights and high ceilings. Numerous windows throughout elegantly frame views of heirloom bulbs, Japanese and German iris, peonies, dogwoods and flowering trees.
Blending a variety of vintage, modern and Arts and Crafts design influences, this antique stone home for sale is a rare find. Peaceful views, specimen plantings, meandering stone walkways, rock walls and antique outbuildings lend additional charm to a residence that is well suited as a weekend getaway or year-round home. Mechanical workings include radiant hot water heat, central air conditioning and a home security system.