Indulge in simple pleasures, such as a walk through the woods to Terhune Orchard, gathering cuttings from the fenced garden or just sipping a drink on the stone patio beneath a canopy of green. On a private lane, this time-honored Colonial and its rebuilt barn-turned-guesthouse stand on over 4 acres of "country" paradise, at the edge of Princeton in Lawrence Township. In 2011, a team of the area's most in-demand professionals, including Lewis Barber, Max Hayden and Lisa Tobias, transformed both residences into comfortable showplaces worthy of being a featured stop on the Historical Society Of Princeton's annual House Tour. All rooms within the main house are gracious in size and detail with richly stained hardwood spanning the entire first floor. The living, dining and family rooms each have fireplaces, while built-ins lend cozy intimacy to a sunny library. A coffered ceiling tops the wide-open breakfast area off the kitchen, which was reconfigured and then dressed in soapstone and marble. Two dishwashers and a wine bar are handy when entertaining. Easily accessible from the back stairs, the sprawling master suite offers a custom dressing room for two and travertine bath with freestanding tub. Two big bedrooms with plantation shutters and three closets each share a hall bath, also renovated. An additional suite and a trio of finished rooms on the top floor provide ample space for work, play and guests. Just across the freshly paved driveway, the barn is a home unto itself with 2 bedroom suites. Oversized rolling doors reveal lofty ceilings and hefty beams grounded by wide-plank floors and a stone fireplace. All fixtures and finishes, including the open gourmet kitchen, are of the same uncompromising caliber as the main house.