Time drifts away as you find yourself on a country road winding
through a red covered bridge, past rolling fields to this 1750 stone
and log farmhouse in Springfield Township.
Preserving much of its antiquity, this country home invites you to linger
and savor the ambiance as you pass through the Dutch door into the oldest
portion of the house, with original timbers, warm wooden floors and brick
The butterfly stairs with exposed stone walls lead you to unusually
bright bedrooms with high ceilings. Observe the abundant wildlife from
the Juliet balcony overlooking the quiet 3 acre property.
The house is flanked on one side by a pasture with split-rail fence, and on
the other side you'll pass a grape arbor and antique garden shed on the
way to the restored two-story post and beam barn.