Sited on 46 lush rolling acres, this property was initially built with the equestrian in mind; hay shed, horse corrals, paddock and riding rink are ready to be utilized by the next resident. Main house at 4500 sf consists of 1st floor master with private sitting room, 3 additional bedrooms, loft, open concept kitchen and great room with open beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces to warm you on crisp winter eves. A fully functional, separate caretakers quarters boasts full kitchen and great room., Once upon a time, nearly 250 years ago, the materials utilized in the making of this very special home were born; only to be hand chosen centuries later by our meticulous homeowner. Early New England design was exhaustively studied; the objective to be as close to authentic as possible. 19th century Pennsylvania barnwood siding~hand hewn Northern White Pine beams~Pennsylvania Blue (flag)Stone~Long Leaf Yellow Heart Pine flooring, all meticulously installed to replicate the look and feel of the quintessential Craftsman. Built by Sumac, the home site was chosen to maximize views from every room, facilitated by 12 foot high triple hung roll up windows inspired by Jefferson's Monticello home, that open up as doors segueing to graceful patios and verandas at both the front and back of the home. At the end of the day, kick back on the deck by the fire pit, glass of wine in hand, as the beauty of Hoskings Ranch unfolds before you.