House: The house at Cloverdale was designed by Tim Greene, a noted architect who has been featured in national publications. The house was intended to evolve into the landscape, and twelve years after it was built already seems a natural extension of the farm. Upon entering the house, guests are welcomed by the soaring, gabled ceilings of the great room, which showcase the home’s impeccable craftsmanship and draw the eye down the length of the room to a massive bay of windows looking out over the farm and valley.
Off of the great room is the heart of the home, a large eat-in kitchen with a sitting area and fireplace. Top of the line appliances and a gorgeous Aga range welcome home cooks and gourmet chefs alike. A home office is adjacent to the kitchen, and beyond that is a mudroom, which connects to the two-car garage.
The remainder of the first floor is dedicated to a spacious master suite, which includes a sitting room and a private porch with a hot tub. Additional features include five fireplaces spread throughout the house, a screened porch off of the kitchen, beautifully hardscaped patios, and a whole house generator.
The second floor of the home features a library and two additional bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. There is also a large fourth bedroom that currently doubles as a second home office. A workout room and sauna on the basement level complete this thoroughly well-appointed house.
Finally, four legged friends are not forgotten at Cloverdale and there is a custom-built kennel and storage building with an indoor/outdoor run, and architecture that matches the house.
Stable & Equestrian Facilities: Equestrian facilities include a beautifully renovated stable with a wash stall, heated tack room, and full bathroom. Adjacent to the stable is a 120’ X 200’ riding ring and six fully fenced paddocks with run-in sheds.
Farm Buildings: There are two additional barns on the property, suitable for farm equipment and general storage.