Just around the corner from Brick Farm Tavern and close to Hopewell Borough, is 76 acre Freestone Farm, a truly extraordinary offering in Hopewell Township. A perfect marriage of stone, timber and glass, the main house, built in 2001, was designed by prominent architect James Cutler of Cutler Anderson Architects in Seattle, Washington. Cutler's houses can be found throughout the United States, including perhaps most notably Bill and Melinda Gates' house in Washington state. The main house is built on the ruins of a bank barn and with its stone bays separated by stone piers, Cutler was inspired to use the bays to define the spaces on both floors. The first floor features a semi-open floor plan, soaring ceilings, 28-foot spans of repurposed Douglas-fir, a fieldstone fireplace and a kitchen that is state of the art. On the second floor, each bay defines one bedroom, except for the main bedroom, which takes the space of two.In addition to the approximately 41 acres on which the main house is situated, this sale includes a separate, adjoining 35 acre lot. Both lots are substantially preserved. However, the separate lot has an approximately 4 acre ‘reserved area’ which may be developed consistent with local zoning and planning requirements. Some of the acreage is in farmland assessment. The charming original farmhouse, linked to the main house by a raised bluestone walkway also designed by architect Cutler, is perfect for guests or an inspiring place to work or play.