Queen Anne Period home sitting on 78+ acres. The house is made from two homes built Circa 1890 by the same German Craftsmen. In the 1930’s, the farmhouse was enlarged. The current owners purchased the house in 1976 and began updating the home. In 1998, the big sister of this house was purchased, moved & adjoined. It is now approx. 4,000 square ft with 7 Bedrooms, 3 full baths & 3 half baths, central air & heat, the original hardwood floors, large Island kitchen with a double wide sink, hardwood cabinets, tiled counter tops & a large dining room. A large loft spans the front part of the house, complete with a half-bath, serves well as sleeping quarters or a game room. The house has been freshly painted and a new metal roof has been added. The two, large barns have been painted and a new metal roof added to both. This home is ready for a family, or it could become income property by being converted into a bed and breakfast to take advantage of the Round Top visitors twice each year.