Stone Hill Farm is a historically significant ca. 1780 brick Georgian preserved, restored and sensitively expanded for modern living by the current owners. The house features 6 interior fireplaces, original, varied-width pumpkin-pine floorboards and a 40-foot wide porch overlooking a stone patio and pool. Modern updates include soapstone countertops and professional-grade kitchen appliances, a paneled library, a separate media room, and an inviting living room and formal dining room, all executed in elegant, restrained taste. A historically-sensitive post-and-beam attached 3-car carriage house with workshop, and horse stalls, and finished upstairs gathering room was added in 2016. The parcel of over 126 acres (9 lie in Norwich) includes 40 acres of groomed meadows with broad southern and western valley views , mature perennial gardens and fruit trees, handsome stonework, fenced paddocks and ancient maples. The spring-fed pond sits a level riding area and additional shed/horse barn. Private trails meander through the property and Newton Lane, the tranquil dead-end country road that marks the eastern boundary of the property, leads to the well-known Cossingham network of trails as well as the Appalachian Trail; some of the best hiking, snowshoeing, and adventuring is literally outside your door. Visionary expansion potential at the property has been set in motion and has resulted in additional permitted capacity for the next owner to set aside or expand on.