An original, circa 1860s farmstead, Sidehill Farm combines old world heritage with contemporary architecture and design in an ever-changing, rural Ontario landscape. The expansive use of rustic stone, metal, wood and glass in the striking reclaimed barn addition is a natural complement to the original red brick Gothic Revival farmhouse. Full of light, this home was designed to bring the landscape in. The natural qualities which make Sidehill Farm special are a unique combination of topography, healthy ecology and abundant wildlife. Fifty acres of open fields and fifty acres of mixed woods deliver the seclusion of your own, private 100 acre park. Sidehill Farm enjoys spectacular views of the surrounding countryside with sunsets over the Niagara Escarpment to the west and the blue waters of southern Georgian Bay to the north. Rolling pastures and two ponds surround a carefully planned and sited homestead, including an architecturally-designed principal residence, a soaring, hilltop studio barn and guest house and a reclaimed livestock barn. Apple, pear, cherry and crab apple trees are scattered over lawns and fields. Dry stone walls delineate the entrance to a long, winding driveway, a potager garden and a stunning water feature and plunge pool. Thick, heritage hedgerows boast a variety of trees and provide absolute privacy from the quiet country road and neighbouring farms.