This unique property, which abuts a conservation easement, offers a complex of three period buildings. Built c. 1888 in the Queen Anne shingle style, the buildings include the carriage house, the "longhouse" (a library or grand detached office?), and a large barn. The carriage house has original wainscoated ceilings and walls and built-in cupboards, a radiant heated floor in the living room, with air conditioning on the second floor. The "longhouse" has big sunny windows, wood floors and ceiling, a field stone wall at one end, floor to ceiling bookcases at the other., a Mercer tile fireplace, and a full bathroom. The barn has two stories at one end and a basketball hoop at the other. It is a period feature ready for multi use. The three buildings form three sides of a courtyard enclosing a fieldstone walled garden and large circular pool. In addition, a four story stone tower, inspired by Florentine architecture, adapted as a rental unit, stands on one corner of the property from which, on a clear day, you can see Chestnut Hill. The placement of the buildings assures privacy while leaving the surrounding property open and green. Additional adjacent land is available.