Nestled along the serene Wickecheoke Creek, Red Bridge Farm, circa 1758, is an exquisite, tastefully updated homestead on just over 16 poised acres surrounded by protected land in prestigious Hunterdon County. A gated entrance and long private driveway leads to a clever convergence of a period fieldstone farmhouse and an extraordinary contemporary addition creating harmony in the country with sophistication. A perfect blend of modern meets classic stone farmhouse still offering the charm and character with exposed thick fieldstone walls, exposed hand-hewn beams, walk-in stone fireplace, original hardwood flooring, deep-set windows and period mercer-tile floors are all part of the understated allure. A recent renovation to a spectacular 3-story modern and minimalist addition, having a great room, family room and a luxe master suite, offers the perfect blend of style and refinement with radiant heated flooring, an abundance of windows allowing for plenty of natural light, sleek tiled full bathrooms, built-in closets, display shelving, high ceilings and French Doors overlooking the outside patio and yard are all wonderful spaces to entertain. The renovated kitchen was envisioned for the at-home chef with glass cabinetry, stainless high-end appliances, includes a 6 burner Wolf range w/pot filler and hood, a side-by-side Sub-Zero refrigerator, farm sink and vintage mercer tile flooring. Adjacent to the kitchen is an expansive area incorporating a casual seating space, a large dining room and a piano room with herringbone brick floors, built-in window seating with a wall of windows facing and a cozy wood stove. This space unites 3 zones for dining and entertaining. Two additional bedrooms in the original part of the home are loaded with the charm and character and share a full bath and an ample dressing room. Throughout the grounds there are soothing, calming spaces to take your mind off the stressors of everyday life. With all its undisturbed privacy, Red Bridge Farm reflects the relaxed ambiance of its surroundings and is the ideal city escape offering a pool with spa, a large patio having dry stack stone walls with a hot tub and a regulation sized tennis court. The pool house, two car garage and the legal one-bedroom apartment is ideal for guests or added income. An original stone guest cottage with a fireplace, formally a smoke house, has utilities and is plumbed for a full bathroom. So much history engulfs Red Bridge Farm, once owned by Mary Roebling, who purchased the home in 1960, a well-known Trenton Politician and husband to John Roebling who designed and directed the construction of The Brooklyn Bridge. An easy commute into NY City and Philadelphia and just minutes from the charming historic towns of Lambertville, Stockton and New Hope, PA all along the scenic Delaware River and bike path.
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