The glories of nature and heart-stopping views from all angles turn a magical home and property into a rare opportunity. Homestedt, designed by prestigious architect Jack Beyer of Beyer, Blinder, and Belle, is set in pristine privacy on 126 acres and surrounded by thousands of additional acres protected by conservation easements. A driveway edged with rustic stone walls winds past numerous meadows and eye-catching views. Walls near the house as well as behind the home's fireplaces are artistically constructed of stacked fieldstone, adding texture and a sense of timeless permanence. Skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows, wide hardwood floorboards, and the fireplaces add warmth to shared spaces. A glass enclosed foyer with stone-tiled floor is a stunning entrance to the home. The great room beyond is flanked by fireplaces. Half-moon dormer windows near the vaulted ceiling invite even more light and sky. Views and a covered terrace are accessible from windows and French doors on both sides of the room, as well as from the kitchen. In the kitchen a banquette surrounded on three sides by windows can easily seat 10. The usual appliances, including a chef-worthy range, extensive storage, and a desk for household-accounting are on one end of the large room and, on the other, a sitting area beside a fireplace. A private garden turns the primary suite into a fairytale retreat. A spacious dressing room with adjacent bath and gas fireplace amplify the cozy convenience of this space. Sharing this wing is a library with wet bar that looks out through soaring windows onto a beautifully manicured lawn. Homestedt is rounded out by two en suite guest rooms, as well as a large mud room and an expansive finished basement that could be used as a home theater, gym, office, among countless possibilities. The farm is under an agricultural exemption and managed by a local farmer. A pond, Shekomeko Creek, banked and fixed cross country jumps, two gazebos, and a large barn make Homestedt as desirous outside as in. 24-48 hours notice required for accompanied showings.