The outside of this farmhouse is divine, but the dining room is on another level

The "Blackwell House," a gorgeous farmhouse constructed in Hillsborough, New Jersey, in 1810, is a historic country home that is a testament to lasting craftsmanship and thoughtful restoration.
Once home to a mill owner, this farmhouse features incredible details such as original millstone in the front paver walkway leading up to the house. It is also located on an idyllic property surrounded by quiet preserved farmland and a tranquil park.
This home is truly a showpiece of old world charm and attention to detail. Unique original moldings and curved archways are featured throughout the home, making it truly one-of-a-kind.
This farmhouse's stately and elegant living room also features intricate and ornate molding, especially surrounding the fireplace that makes it such an inviting room during cold winter months.
The large dining room in this country home features yet another fireplace that's sure to add extra warmth during family dinners. This room also includes the rich pumpkin pine flooring that can be found throughout the house. An antique handwoven rug lends extra polish and country charm to the room.
This gourmet kitchen is full of tasteful 21st century updates that are sure to please even the most accomplished chefs. Granite countertops and cherry cabinets are both functional and beautiful pieces of decor, while the dining nook and breakfast bar provide ample seating for casual dining.
The family room, which is adjacent to the chef's kitchen, features both a brick floor and an expansive raised hearth wood burning fireplace that will be a welcome addition to any family movie night! The two full walls of windows provide tons of natural light, as well as picturesque views of the accessible bluestone slate patio.
This country bedroom, one of six in this farmhouse, includes another rustic wood burning fireplace as well as the warm hardwood flooring that can be found on the first floor. With gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside, isn't this the perfect spot to sit back and unwind after a long day? We sure think so!
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