Dating to early colonial times and ensconced in bucolic serenity, Herbstone Farm is the quintessential Sourland Mountain homestead. Originally constructed c. 1791, the home has been expanded over the years and thoughtfully updated in keeping with its historical origins. Period details such as exposed beams & stonework and handsome built in storage pieces abound throughout the main level, beginning in the slate-floored foyer. A walk-in hearth anchors the cozy den, while a brick fireplace accentuates the warm living room. The dining room features sets of French doors opening to a slate patio and the beautiful natural surroundings. In the renovated kitchen, find luxe yet relaxed features including gran-ite counters, stainless appliances, radiant heated ceramic tile floors and a breakfast area. A bar sink & wine fridge make the space an entertainer's dream, and laundry facilities are discreetly tucked be-hind cabinet doors. The adjacent mudroom offers additional storage and utility space. Completing the first floor are a petite office and powder room. Aesthetics and charm are equally abundant on the second level. The master bedroom enjoys deep-set windows, its own fireplace, and multiple closets & built-ins. A sweet dressing/vanity area has been ingeniously fit into a dormered eave. Two additional bedrooms and a full bath round out the level. The recently rebuilt carriage house offers a flexible lay-out, with an airy office, bedroom, full bath and a large bonus room. Currently serving as garage, the 3-bay barn has limitless potential and plentiful room for workshop or hobby space. Outside, multiple stone patios are beautifully set among mature landscaping and the dense foliage that cuffs over 9 acres of rolling country splendor.