This custom, contemporary home is found nestled in a private setting on a 2.5 acre wooded tract in the rural farmlands of Cumberland County. The setting is private and yet, just minutes to malls and fine dining. A shaded, blacktop driveway takes you up to your new home where an easy to climb stair way deposits you onto a covered porch entrance-way. The entrance foyer introduces you to a winding, central staircase with oak treads. To its left is found the laundry room with new W/D, shelving and a hallway that leads to a full bath. This hall ends in a door exiting onto a side deck and another door to the garage. Again, at the main entrance, you can move to the left of the staircase into a formal dining room with rich, mahogany hardwood floors. You then move onward into the kitchen nook which has a breakfast bar with a gray, marble top-seating three, built-ins galore, a convection microwave, a bay window looking out onto a beautiful back yard and the wildlife of the forest. You can exit the nook onto a back deck to enjoy the early morning sunrise with a cup of "Joe". From the nook, moving in a clock-wise direction, you enter into the control center of the first floor-the kitchen. Completely remodeled, this room has new appliances; 25+ cubic foot frig, a quiet Bosch dishwasher, a new, two oven range (LPG)-above which is a pot-filler, under-mounted sink, gray marble counter-top and cabinets enough to handle all of your accessories. Moving on, you come to the den/office with cork flooring, then into a sunken living room with mahogany hardwood flooring, a vent-less, corner gas fireplace and another bay window at the front of the house. Moving up the winding staircase, you are dropped into a hardwood floored hallway that leads forward to two bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet. Aft, we enter into the master bedroom through sliding doors. This large room has a cathedral ceiling, two walk-ins, a bay window (extended up from the kitchen nook below) and the entrance into the master's "Jack-and-Jill" bathroom, remodeled completely with porcelain tile, contemporary sinks/vanities, recessed wall cabinets, pocket doors and exterior, double hung windows. The full, unfinished basement has an On-Demand hot water heater, a forced hot air heater (LPG) and a coal burner, which heats the entire house in a harsh winter. These multiple heating options, coupled with a new roof, architectural shingles (50 year warranty) and six inch walls ranks the energy efficiency of this home.