On 9.5 scenic acres including a Jersey farmhouse, a bank barn that was converted into an incredibly distinctive home under the talented hand of architect Jeremiah Ford, and a fully equipped Christmas tree farm, this rare-find farm estate offers endless possibilities for so many uses. Charming foot bridges, a pool, and beautiful greenery surround both houses with the Delaware and Raritan Canal abutting the property on the western boundary and parkland surrounding the other sides. The farmhouse consists of three sections built at various times, the oldest of which dates back to the 1700’s and includes the dining room, the study/tv room, full bath and the laundry. Original woodwork and hardware can be seen in the hand-hewn beamed ceilings and wide board flooring. The next section hails from early Victorian times and features the living room, the family room, a full bathroom downstairs, and three bedrooms including the main bedroom plus another bathroom upstairs. The last section was built around the turn of the century and added a large country kitchen and two more bedrooms served by an adjoining full bath. A spacious flagstone patio is shaded by mature trees along the back of the house. The converted barn with exposed stone and beams was truly a labor of love showcasing views from almost every corner thanks to multiple glass doors and windows. This exceptional offering is like no other and is located close to downtown Princeton and commuter routes.