This beautiful Wheatland Spring Home(Samuel Nixon House) is circa 1832. Situated on 30 acres, this federal brick home has been completely renovated. The main house has 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, beautifully refinished hardwood floors and crown molding. The modern kitchen has wonderful amenities, including beautiful cherry cabinetry, five burner gas cooktop, built-in refrigerator, two additional refrigerated drawers, and a cozy built-in seating area.
The estate also includes a one bedroom, 1.5 bath guest house, and pool with outdoor fireplace. In addition, the property includes two barns, a spring house, and a detached 3 car garage with apartment. This historic estate is designed for entertaining and luxurious country living.
This exquisite estate is listed with Lisa Thompson at Hunt Country Sothebys. The amazing pictures are courtesy of Skyblue.
This cherry blossom lined driveway is spectacular.
These original hardwood floors are perfect!
I love having a fireplace in the dining room.
These white beams are a perfect addition to this cozy room.
Love the open concept leading into the kitchen.
The exposed brick is beautiful with the hardwood floors and modern sink and tub.
This bedroom is so charming, I’d love to spend the night here.
The wainscoting and dark walls look great in this modern bath.
The brick flooring is lovely in this lower level.
Glass of wine?
This space is perfect for a large pool party, love the curtains on the pergola.
This adorable guest home looks so inviting, I may never leave.
A separate kitchen? I’m definitely staying a while.
This looks like the apartment complex.
These fabulous barns are beautiful, imagine a wedding here.
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4 thoughts on “Modern 19th Century Farmhouse Tour”
I saw this post first thing in the morning and was taken aback, just gorgeous set up and house. Makes you dream away. Hopefully after we move from our starter home we can settle in something similar to this 🙂
Yes it is a beautiful home and so cozy inside and out. The grounds are gorgeous and the barns are just beautiful too! It has been meticulously maintained.
Thanks for sharing and expanding my dream capacity!
Keep up the blogging, your dreams can come true 🙂