It’s not each individual working day we see a historic household that has been so very well cared for with so many kitschy, retro, and jaw-dropping aspects intact — even just after a transform 77 years right after it was constructed.
Started in 1875 and surrounded by the 34-acre Sander Protect, Cherry Hill Farm is a single of a type, and the invest in of this 5.85-acre house involves a 2,851 square foot primary house, a 2,100 sq. foot two-tale barn, and a 1,080 sq. foot carriage household, with a two-motor vehicle garage, milk household, hen property, and puppy house. In other text, that’s a total lotta household!
The major residence, although, is a retro-enthusiasts aspiration, as it was reworked in 1952 — and you can convey to, proper down to the wallpaper, carpet, and mild fixtures. The dwelling has 3 bedrooms, three baths, and substantial rooms and 9-foot ceilings during the household. There is a parlor with unique hardwood flooring and a 3-period solar porch surrounded by home windows and incorporating 240 sq. feet of further living house. The formal dining and living rooms also function hardwood flooring and a wood-burning fire. But it really is the pristine kitchen area and breakfast nook that steals the show with its Mid-Century Fashionable finishings many thanks to a Mutschler Kitchen design and style, comprehensive with a created-in L&H stove, counter tops, and ample cabinetry.
The home has a balcony on the second floor that overlooks the grounds and the basement amount characteristics a partial kitchen area, total toilet, laundry space, and some other current requirements like a furnace and scorching h2o heater. But it won’t finish there.
Exterior of the household has a created-in brick fire so you can choose gain of cooler temps. Then you can find the heated two-car garage, the Carriage Dwelling, which served as a passion garage, and the 70×30-foot barn with 30-foot ceilings, a milking parlor with 12 stalls, and a hayloft. The listing implies the barn would be a wonderful marriage ceremony venue and actually, we want to get married here, have babies here, and pass the household down to people infants, who will have infants of their own.
This dwelling is shown by Shelby Miller of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Tomie Raines Realtors.