An artfully converted barn built in the distinct Dutch style showcases massive beams more than 18 inches thick, hand hewn in 1730 by The Baird Family, early Montgomery Township settlers. In 1952, the structure was transformed into an airy domicile like no other with flexible rooms large and small. Pegged wood floors, a fireplace of local stone and Dutch doors are a nod to the home's rustic origins, while a two-story solarium and 21st century updates, like a custom gourmet kitchen by Lasley Brahaney, enhance light and functionality. A den joins the jaw-dropping Great Room on the main level. Pass by cozy his and hers offices on the way to the hayloft turned family room. Transom windows line the space, passing light from 4 bedrooms. The master suite is especially inviting with an artisan crafted iron rail separating the dressing room, where a picture window frames views of stone walls encircling a pool far below, part of 7 private acres. The entire lower level is a multi-room in-law suite with its own terrace.