Buyers who are seeking exceptional horse properties in Hunterdon County will discover an impressive Turpin equestrian listing in a top Tewksbury location. Stonecroft contains a variety of equestrian amenities and a welcoming four bedroom, two-and-one-half bath antique home. From the expansive four-stall bank barn and natural beauty of the setting to its premier horse country setting with a riding ring and access to the network of Tewksbury Trails, this Hunterdon County horse property represents a remarkable opportunity.
A highlight of this Tewksbury equestrian property is the modern two-story bank barn featuring four stalls, a heated tack room, additional wash stall, hayloft and adjoining fenced pastures with water service. There is an attached stone dust paddock for bad weather turnout and a fenced riding arena. Nearby is the acclaimed Applewood Farm equestrian center.
The gracious circa 1825 antique stone home adjoins a more recent addition. Finished in stone and stucco, this architect-designed bank house presents an artful blend of vintage and contemporary design elements. Interior details include a wood-burning fieldstone fireplace, deep-set windows, exposed stonework, custom built-ins, a chef’s center island kitchen, spacious master suite and updated baths.
Situated on a designated scenic road and approached by a long circular drive, Stonecroft is sited on land that once operated a whiskey distillery. Today, the carefully manicured grounds are accented by stone walls, a picturesque old stone ruin that was once part of the distillery, and scenic gardens, some of which are accessed from the upper level of the bank-style home.
Stonecroft is picture-perfect horse property in Hunterdon County. Christy Hoffman Park and golf courses are nearby, while fishing, hiking and biking options are within a few miles. Students in Tewksbury attend Voorhees High School, selected by the United States Department of Education as a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School. Just 335 schools were selected for this distinction for 2015. The high school was also recognized in the category of Exemplary High Performing Schools, which means Voorhees is among New Jersey’s highest performing schools measured by state assessments or nationally normed test. Student subgroup performance and high school graduation rates are also at the highest levels. Public school students in kindergarten through grade four attend the Tewksbury Elementary School, also named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2011.
For more information about horse properties in Tewksbury, New Jersey, equestrian properties in Hunterdon County or Tewksbury horse properties for sale, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746.