This historical mid-1740s solid stone home, has fervently kept up with the times thanks to its multiple renovations in the early 1800s, 1930s and the early 2000s. In fact, the current owners methodically completed multiple upgrades in 2005 employing the Workshops of David Smith in Morrow, Ohio, who specializes in 18th century reproduction furniture and was featured in Design New Jersey magazine. Today, the home is better and more picturesque than ever. The home, with its True cedar-shake & standing-seam copper roofing and its large looming barn, is perched on a hill overlooking the farms quiet stream and is surrounded by 14 beautiful acers of rolling hills, horse pastures and shady glades. Big Red, the large stone/wood, multi-level barn, which use to bed-down animals, now can accommodated 4 vehicles or be used as an events space. It stands majestically and faithfully on the adjacent side of the driveway, which is accented by traditional split-rail fencing. It all adds to the timelessness of the aesthetics of the area. A ledgestone walkway directs guests to a Dutch-door and into a sizeable, multi-closeted, and tiled mudroom. This draws guests directly into the kitchen, which proudly boasts of its wide-planked pumpkin pine flooring, a Dacor six burner stove with double-ovens and its commercial size exhaust venting unit, a soapstone sink, a custom paneled GE Monogram refrigerator, modern recessed lighting and maple/hardwood countertops. The on-suite Master, of this three bedroom and 2.5 bathroom home, features a working fireplace and has its own private exterior entrance. The most notable assets of this property include: a recently replaced and updated septic system; propane generator; custom built-in cabinetry throughout the home, efficient radiator steam heat, high velocity air-conditioning, recently replaced period and handmade exterior shutters; and 5 glorious working fireplaces (two of which are walk-in and one with a wrought iron swing-arm).Pristine and move-in ready, the proprietors hope to pass this ~Legacy Home~ and farm on to a well-intentioned new owner, who will become the next loyal custodian of this unspoiled property and its long historical lineage.