An exquisite setting, perched on a gently sloping hillside, features a long tree-lined drive that is nestled between scenic pastures, leading to a gracious and truly distinctive equestrian property. Adjacent to Baldpate Mountain Park, Longspring Farm, first settled in the mid-18th-century, boasts two fully-equipped 19th-century barns with 13 stalls, ten fenced paddocks, and an 80' X 200' fenced riding arena, all surrounded by 1300 acres of protected trails that are accessible from the property. Every inch of this offering is a testament to uncompromising good taste and a fine appreciation for history. The charming and expanded Greek-Revival farmhouse is filled with the nooks and crannies of the early architectural periods of our Nation's settlement, seamlessly blending elegance and warmth. Handcrafted woodwork, exposed beams, original paneled doors, and period hardware add character to a surprisingly spacious home. Not only is the landscape a visual delight during every season of the year, but the mountaintop location tracks the hours of the day in a miraculous display. The night sky is clear and expansive with a beautiful display of the stars and their constellations. Soothing and inspiring, Longspring Farm is a must-see country property snugly set between neighboring horse farms yet only minutes to I-95 and I-295, Pennington, Lambertville, and the Hopewell Valley's fine school system.