Two decades ago, Riding Mill Farm was acquired by the present owners and they embarked on a major renovation, removing a 1950’s addition to the original “cottage” on the 79-acre property and replacing it with an absolutely gorgeous stone house...
Two decades ago, Riding Mill Farm was acquired by the present owners and they embarked on a major renovation, removing a 1950’s addition to the original “cottage” on the 79-acre property and replacing it with an absolutely gorgeous stone house that fits right in keeping with the historic character of the Amwell Valley, renaming it after the village in England where they had their first home. Each part of the farm has been restored, from the dressage/show jumping arena equipped with all-weather footing, to the 8-stall barn with a feed/tack room, wash stall, fly systems, heaters and more. Part of the renovation included management of the 15 acres of woods, which have an incredible selection of trees with trails feeding their way through for walking or riding. You can, in fact, ride a horse from the farm on the Amwell Valley Trails for more than 70 miles! The home is filled with modern amenities, and includes 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 2 half baths, 2 home offices, and since 2018, it has been further improved upon with impressive renovations. Both the kitchen and main bathroom in the primary suite have been beautifully upgraded, the walk-out lower level, which opens right to the pool, was finished with a full bathroom, an English-built Murphy Bed for overnight guests, and space for a home gym or home theater. Throughout the house, rooms were refreshed with today’s soothing paint colors and systems were updated. New appliances and a new, huge Quartz island were added to the kitchen, which also enjoys the warmth of a gas fireplace, one of three. In the main suite, the new bathroom now showcases heated floors, a free-standing vessel tub for two, a long custom floating vanity and a steam shower. When relaxing by the pool, on its refreshing water sundeck, or on multiple decks and patios accessed from several rooms in this sprawling home, the only thing to be seen is rolling acreage, a stocked pond, and a bounty of wildlife. The home even offers the possibility of an elevator, if that is something on your list. In a blue ribbon school district, close to Lambertville and New Hope for a night on the town, and all the big box shopping convenience of nearby Flemington, this immaculate and very special offering has seen two families grow up and is now ready for its next stewards to make their own memories here. Welcome!
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