Set behind a circular drive, Village Farm encompasses 14 +/- acres of pure country bliss with full equine facilities abutting preserved farmland in the historic village of Crosswicks. For those unfamiliar with this storybook-like town in the Garden State, Crosswicks is a friendly and idyllic community full of farms and notable historic homes nestled midway between NYC and Philly and just a half-hour from Princeton. The farm’s handsome outbuildings include an eight-stable barn, fully equipped with auto-refill heated water feeders, tack room, washroom, half bath w/ laundry, and hay storage above, along with a second barn for equipment and supplies. As you sit on the sprawling rear deck or in the sunroom with your morning cup of coffee, you can watch your horses—or those you board—roam the six paddocks, and afterwards you can enjoy the half-mile trail that lines the property. The creamy-hued kitchen has rough-hewn beams and exposed brick that evoke the warm feelings common in this historic town. From the kitchen, you pass through to the living room, pausing before the toasty fireplace, before continuing through the French doors that lead to an unexpected Great Room with soaring ceilings and walls of windows. The finished basement lined with barnwood wainscoting is another spot to host casual hangouts. Two full upstairs bathrooms are updated in an array of natural tones, including one off the main suite’s dressing area. Two additional bedrooms finish off this country estate.