Set on 17 acres of pasture, forest and lawn, Prospect Hill Farm is a relaxing retreat from busy city life. The property sits at the crest of Prospect Mountain Rd adjacent to the Prospect Mountain Preserve, with its miles of hiking trails, a fishing pond and old nickel mines on 340 protected acres. The fully renovated farmhouse features a Vermont slate roof, new wide plank oak flooring, smart home technology and a serene setting with apple trees, a frog pond, gardens and views to Mohawk Mountain. Inside you'll find five bedrooms with en-suite baths, an entertainer's dream kitchen, library, vaulted sun room, full-floor game room, covered mahogany deck and three bay garage. The 6000 sq ft equestrian barn features six mahogany double-sized stalls, two haylofts, a large office, catering kitchen and double-depth garage. Three outbuildings include a small historic stable currently used as a garden shed, and two shelter sheds. Multiple possible conversion uses for barn and plenty of room for a pool. Just minutes from world class shops and eateries of Bantam, Washington Depot, New Preston and Litchfield, this truly a turn key home in impeccable condition. The stunning horse barn was designed by Tim Egan and built by his craftsmen using traditional architectural shapes. The goal was a functional horse barn with an aesthetically pleasing exterior. This 110' by 60' barn contains six mahogany horse stalls, each with automatic heated waterers with consumption gauges, and equine foot pads. An automatic insecticide system to keep flies at bay and out of the barn was also installed. The full working office which features a tiled floor, coffered ceilings and plenty of counter space, bookshelves and deep drawers, includes a kitchen and full bath and radiant floor heat. A separate heated equine wash room as opposed to the standard wash stall, tack room, tractor bay, separate kitchen for the horses as well as fire alarms complete the building. What makes this barn a success in meeting the needs of both horse and rider is the fact that Tim, having been a horse and cattle farm owner himself, understands the intimacies of what makes a horse barn work for both horse and rider and this one certainly does just that.