Come see this 123 /- acre farm with a beautiful colonial farmhouse circa 1750. The three bedroom, two bathroom home consists of the original farmhouse, and an addition built in 1980. The addition matches the historic integrity of the original home. This home may not be one of a kind, but it is one of a few! The property has a number of outbuildings, including turn out sheds, a machine shed, a mixed use barn with two horse stalls and a finished space with a wood burning stove, and an old smoke house. There is a beautiful box garden behind the house that is a must see. The land itself is a mix of fenced pasture ground, a crop field that is traditionally soybeans, and some woods. The open tillable ground comes to roughly ninety acres, and then the balance is roughly thirty four acres of woods. Wildlife abounds on this farm, and the possible revenue streams are many, and are varied. This property seems potentially suitable for a brewery, distillery, winery, or wedding venue, if zoning permits the requested usage. It has long worked well for crop farming, hay farming, and beef cattle as well. In this day and age, this farm would provide excellent support for a farm to table restaurant. There are a number of pleasant trails through the woods that provide convenient access to the whole farm. The property also features a pond, and Alloway Creek flows along the Eastern boundary of the property. This property is convenient to Wilmington, DE, Philadelphia, PA, and the New Jersey Turnpike, and Route 295.