People are always looking for that 'million dollar' property with a view, well.. you are now home! As you pull off Mt. Pisgah Rd, the mature Black Locust tree lined driveway leads you to a perfectly laid out, turn key horse breeding operation, veterinarian clinic and/or an incredible 'gentleman's' farm. This property is designed to raise grand equine athletes. The farm began in 1990, and over a 25-year period, some of the greatest Standardbreds in history were raised; at one point, 7 Hambletonian Oaks & 9 Breeders Crown winners stood on this hallowed ground. The soil is perfect for raising livestock because it drains incredibly well, providing an improved footing, yet it is rich in nutrients necessary to grow and develop young bones. The 1st structure is a manufactured home; a 3 bedroom with an office. The 2nd structure is the 24' x 60' barn which was the first barn built on the farm. The 3rd building was constructed in 1992 and designed as a bank barn, naturally ventilated with 14 oversized 12 x 14 stalls. This Hemlock structure includes a 24 x 30 area that can be accessed by a laboratory and/or a 16' entrance. This area is now fitted as a breeding shed and still has a receiver for a stallion mount; making it perfect for a veterinarian clinic and/or equine rehabilitation center. The hay loft is situated over the center aisle on both ends capable of holding 35+ tons of hay and/or straw; also featuring skylight panels for natural light. The barn is also fitted with a wash stall and an office designed to keep the laboratory segregated from excessive foot traffic of the staff; the barn office is the access point to an office area above. The upstairs office area was constructed to incorporate 3 offices, a reception area and waiting room, a full bathroom and 2 ancillary rooms that open into a large 16' x 48' room; behind that are two 12 x 14 rooms and a large conference room that is 12 x 24 overlooking the valley. The office is fitted with solid cherry flooring and wainscoting in the primary office and conference room. The barn as a whole is designed as a multi-function building whereas if the new owner is not interested in a livestock and/or veterinarian facility, it could easily be repurposed as a wedding venue as the farm sits at the second highest point in York County south of Rt 30. The primary home is about 3,100 sq ft of living space with 5 full baths and additional finished basement for a combined 4,400 sq ft. The concrete oversized wraparound porch opens itself to beautiful western sunsets and when entering the front door off the porch, the home opens to an impressive foyer. On the 1st floor there are 14 oversized low to the floor windows taking advantage of the natural wind corridor. The wood floors were harvested from oak trees taken off the land and milled in 1994. The solid cherry kitchen continues the colonial theme with all updated stainless appliances, and includes a breakfast nook; the family room has a wood burning fireplace that is fitted for propane gas. The 1st floor also has a formal dining room and a guest bedroom. The 2nd floor offers an owner's suite with a vaulted ceiling, a bumped out sitting area, and a full bathroom and walk in closet. There are also 2 bedrooms separated by a Jack and Jill configuration as well as another bedroom facing the front of the home with its separate full bathroom. The basement offers a workout room and is serviced by a steel covered outside access door from this room; this area also offers a 2nd family room/man cave with a wood burning fireplace that is fitted for propane gas. There is also and additional bedroom adjacent to a full bath. There is also a larger room with a tile floor that is currently a small band studio and/or practice area that offers an overabundance of electrical receptacles to handle added electrical equipment. All in all, even though this home is only 20 years old, the historical features built into it makes it extremely unique and one of a kind.