Exquisite Equestrian Property in the heart of the Lehigh Valley. The Settlement of Fieldstone Farm has long been known as one of the Lehigh Valley's most prestigious properties. Located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, The Settlement of Fieldstone Farm was established by William Penn in 1682 in conjunction with the William Penn Walking Treaty. The Farm consists of 120 Acres and is set back with an elegant period gated entrance. The impressive stone farmhouse, summer kitchen and bank barn were built in the late 1700's. Over the years, two stone additions to the house were added bringing a total of over 4500 sq feet. There is a 2 acre pond with lighted fountain stocked with Japanese Koi, bluegill and bass, acres of gardens, a gazebo and traditional landscaping surrounding it. Meticulous restoration of the stone home has included re pointing the stone inside and out, cherry flooring and window and door woodwork. There is even a wine cellar built into the old root cellar. A gourmet cook's dream kitchen fills the heart of the house. It has all the conveniences of modern cooking but has kept the warmth and charm of the 18th century home. This property also includes the ultimate "Manspace" with an 8-car carriage house style garage, and a large great room used for entertaining, an exercise loft, and for the Equestrian, there are 3 creosote treated stalls with running water, tack room, and horse wash station within the lower level of the barn, a 2-3 acre paddock with PVC fencing, and also an adjacent corn field that could be transformed into a training ring. Besides the acres of farming, there is also a state of the art greenhouse for developing your master garden. Automated irrigation system keeps the lawns green and fresh. No expense has been spared in this gorgeous country estate. Property has low taxes, in Act 319.