Classic elegance….comfortable country living….natural beauty….privacy….conveniently located.The Weart farmstead is an elegant two-and-one-half story red brick Greek Revival style home built in 1854. It was expanded in the early 1990s and significantly updated in the late 1990s. This inviting six bedroom five bath home sits on over five acres of land well off the road. It abuts preservation land to the north and a beautiful pond to the south. Hopewell Boro and Princeton are but a short drive, as are two fabulous country clubs and several respected private schools.Entering the 1854 portion of the home, there is a large eat-in country kitchen to the left of the center hall and a large living room to the right. The kitchen has custom cabinetry, professional appliances, and a large island. There is ample room by the fireplace to accommodate a large farm table. There is a mudroom off the kitchen with side entrance to a large parking area. The generous front-to-back living room has wonderful Greek Revival moldings, wide pine floors, built-in cabinetry and two fireplaces, accommodating back-to-back seating areas. Both the kitchen and living room provide wonderful views of the adjacent preservation land, the Sourland Mountains beyond, spectacular sunsets, and the changing seasons. The first floor of the new portion of the house faces south to the backyard and pond. It has a large dining room with built-in cabinetry and opens onto a large family room with a coffered ceiling. A partially covered hardwood deck wraps around the dining room and family room. The main floor has a wonderful flow for both indoors and outdoors entertaining. Also on the first floor is a full bath and back stair case leading down to a walk-out basement playroom/media room and up to the second floor.The second floor has a large master suite with sitting room overlooking the pond; two large bedrooms with a large shared bath with pedestal sinks; a large suite with full bath; an office with three built-in mahogany workstations; and a laundry room. All bedrooms have great closet space. The third level of the 1854 portion of the house has a great room with exposed hewn beams, two bedrooms, a full bath and two cedar closets.The property also has a single story masonry barn with silo and a small basketball court.