A long driveway winds through pristine forest and past a geologically significant boulder field on the Princeton Ridge. At the end of the driveway, in a beautifully landscaped meadow, sits an inviting house designed by Michael Giardino, who created many of the magnificent houses on Brooks Bend. This house,on 20 acres,is a harmonious blend of gables, Palladian style windows, dormers, and narrow siding in a soft gray w/white accents. The front entrance opens into a foyer with marble floor and connects to the broad cross hall that is the backbone of the excellent floor plan. To the left is one of the most handsome living rooms to be found.It has a high,coffered ceiling,beautifully trimmed windows and French doors. To the right, the cross hall leads to the formal dining room. A large, open kitchen w/French doors that open to a bluestone patio. The sitting room balances the living room at the opposite end of the house. The great room has a massive fieldstone fireplace. A flying staircase to the 2nd floor, 5 bedrooms. Over sized 3 car garage.