Nestled within the historic and picturesque landscape of Tewksbury, Stone Croft Farm stands as a testament to the area's rich heritage. Dating back to 1827, this remarkable property once thrived as a distillery, producing Apple Brandy from the neighboring orchard until it was forced to cease operations during WWI. The legacy of the original owners, William H. Fleming and his son Phillip, is still evident in the meticulously preserved brickwork, where the wood-fired copper stills were once embedded. Today, Stone Croft Farm has transformed into a captivating equestrian haven, offering an idyllic retreat along one of the township's most scenic roads. Upon arrival, a charming gated drive leads you past lush horse pastures and the rustic barn, guiding you to the heart of the estate - the main house. The current owners have lavished care upon Stone Croft Farm, making numerous upgrades that blend modern amenities seamlessly with the property's historic charm. The original section of the house, adorned with sturdy stone walls and graced by Dutch doors with vintage hardware and windows, holds delightful surprises. The barn itself offers four spacious stalls, each with direct access to a fenced pasture granting horses the freedom to roam. Add'l features include a heated wash stall, a feed room, a heated tack room w/laundry, thoughtful overhangs for added convenience, & an incredible unfinished two-story space above the stables
Barn/Stable, Exterior Lighting, Fencing, Fireplace/Fire Pit, Gated Entry, Horse Facilities, Paddock, Riding Ring, Security Gate, Terrace, Wood Fence.