Dating back to the 1700’s, the Hobler Farmhouse, residing on a manicured lot in Skillman, retains period authenticity with exposed architectural elements and original adornments throughout the like-new interior. A sensitive redesign by Max Hayden brought the floor plan up to date with open casual spaces, graceful entertaining areas and private sanctuaries boasting plenty of elbowroom and natural light. A handy side entry opens to the family room, breakfast room and kitchen sporting a sophisticated take on a classic country look. The original cooking fireplace remains the focal point of the entire area. Off the wide front-to-back formal entry, the living and dining rooms are dressed with appropriate millwork and stone fireplaces. The main staircase leads to four uniquely charming bedrooms and two big, bright baths. The airy master suite elegantly walks the line of understated luxury with dormer windows, a raised stone fireplace and lavish bath. Timber framework is on display in the versatile third floor loft.