History and fine craftsmanship are on display in this understated and elegant home. Named "Fubine Farm" after a village in Italy's Piedmont region, this tastefully renovated and expanded home was originally built in 1862 and is believed to have belonged to a descendant of the Wolverton Family. In addition to the spectacular home this offering includes a large studio/workshop fitted with electric, a charming chicken coop, a well-designed garden and an adjacent lot. Set gracefully on a gently winding country road, the bucolic setting is relaxing and tranquil, yet great restaurants, stores, farmer's markets and plenty of fun things to do are readily at hand with Stockton, Lambertville, and Princeton easily accessible. The older part of the house was renovated and a companion new section added, a project of love, finished in 2008.The hand-troweled stucco exterior blends the two eras seamlessly and elegantly. The original wing offers the lovely simplicity and patina of earlier times, the kitchen is a masterpiece, and the new wing is unabashedly luxurious. The first floor of the original side features a dining room with lovely view, beautiful old floors, a sunroom for morning coffee, a living room for entertaining, a bath, and a laundry- but there are intriguing details that surprise and delight. The dining room fireplace is lit as if magically from within. The laundry is next to a bath with a full shower and fantastic tiles from Moravian Tile. Next to a side door to the verdant gardens is a sink that makes cutting and arranging flowers and garden vegetables easy. The new wing flows smoothly into an extraordinary kitchen. Here you find 18' ceilings with an architectural element to them that enhances the distinctive fixtures. A large center island is outfitted with drawers, two sinks let two cooks work together, and the tile work is again exhilarating in its design and masterfully crafted. The family room features picture windows, wood-burning fireplace and tells of hours of enjoyment offered by the seasonally changing view. Surrounded by a huge horse farm and unobstructed views of hills and valleys, it delights all year round. The master bedroom offers a luxurious bath with jetted tub and multi-jetted shower too; a fireplace also soothes sore limbs. Lighting throughout that can easily be adjusted adds to the ambience. The gardens send light scents of lilacs and old magnolias wafting on gentle breezes, and the soft song of birds sweetly lingers.