A stone farmhouse and guest cottage brimming with antique character are sited on 9.5 private acres in a quiet corner of Princeton Township. A stone garden wall separates the main house and points toward a Dutch door, which opens to the mudroom and professionally equipped kitchen with wine bar. An open design incorporates the family room with exposed stone and wraparound windows that bathe both spaces in light. The formal entry hall has a decidedly pre-Revolutionary feel with rough-hewn timbers, random width wood floors and paneled wainscoting. Extensive paneling continues in an intimate library and the dining room, both with fireplaces and views of the pool. Four sets of French doors and another fireplace in the living room beckon elegant gatherings in any season. Above, the master bedroom offers the modern conveniences of a walk-in closet, bath and laundry en suite. Two more darling bedrooms share a bath and access to an attic playroom and the fourth bedroom and office loft have a new bath.