A unique French Normandy home built with brick and stone, centered on a pastoral acre at the end of a secluded lane in bucolic Northfield. A burbling koi pond, loads of imported Aspens, river birch, blue spruce and evergreens surround the lawns, which are highlighted with annual and perennial plantings. The home itself boasts a 20' high, cedar-clad ceiling in the huge great room, supported by imported English oak beams and trusses. An imported glass conservatory encloses the dining room and affords beautiful northern light and magnificent views of the rear patio, lawns and gardens. A luxurious first floor master suite is located in the western wing and the eastern wing hosts the three family bedrooms above the huge chef's kitchen and public rooms. Reminiscent of a French country estate, there is a nine-foot wide limestone fireplace soaring up one wall and a handsome library loft overlooking the great room at the head of the curved formal staircase. An absolute 'must see'!