This luxurious farm house is tucked away in a secluded valley 5 minutes east of Springfield! The approach to this property is spectacular! Meander through the private gate and over a wood beam and iron bridge as you approach the home. The house sits nestled into the hillside among dogwoods and a large stone outcropping. The house is timeless... a blend of Missouri farm and modern Colorado mountain home complete with stone and wood elements and a 30 foot exterior fireplace and chimney. The front patio and fireplace provide the perfect place for morning coffee or gatherings... a place where you can look out across the valley at the 100 year old Missouri Oaks and maples. Upon entering the home you notice the superior craftsmanship and the detail. Antique wood ceilings and solid walnut beams bring character and charm to the space. The house is grand with solid walnut and cherry flooring. The ceiling heights vary from space to space and are all unique in their combinations of wood and beams... all of this creates an intimate and cozy feel to the place. Working from home is ideal in the study! The unique brick corner fireplace and adjacent screened porch create the perfect environment. The kitchen is designed for multiple cooks complete with a hearth room and large pass through fire place. This space can hold gatherings and events that can easily spill out into the front or back patio areas. The back patio Is brick and has a dining area that overlooks the waterfall and pond. If you want even more of the great outdoors entertain guests or family in the back fields! Mature trees and over 8 acres of fenced pasture are in the back portion of the property. The 3 stall wooden horse barn has a generous brick breezeway and is an ideal hobby barn or a first rate horse facility! The space is excellent for amateur or serious gardeners. Walk along the blackberry orchard in June and overlook the expanse of the property... horse barn, orchard, home and setting is spectacular.
East on Sunshine (approx one mile east of Turners Station) turn south on Turtle Creek Lane.