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Brae Burn Farm, once the site of a prominent dairy farm in the 1920’s and the original Hatchville Post Office, is a beautiful equine property with a seven stall stable featuring a beautiful yellow pine interior. Two separate homes and the stable are situated on 4.23 acres with rare mature plantings, granite retaining walls, and fully irrigated sweeping lawns. The antique Silas Hatch house has been meticulously updated throughout: the kitchen boasts Brazilian soap stone kitchen counters, the bathroom, once the site of a milking stall, features a restored tub found in the field once used as a water trough. Original hardwood floors, windows, siding, insulation, roof, and an energy efficient gas furnace with tankless hot water have also been updated. There is a mahogany deck with an outdoor shower. The second house is barn style built in 2006 which is handicapped accessible. The home boasts first floor living at its best with a solid cherry library and two bedrooms. The 100’ x 250’ riding arena with sand/rubber footing, irrigation and drainage is fully lit for nighttime riding. Five paddocks and two grass fields with split rail fencing offer plenty of grazing for multiple horses. There is even an exterior wash stall with hot water. Miles of riding trails abutting conservation land and neighboring horse farms make this the ideal setting for peaceful rides. These two fabulous properties, deeded separately, are being sold as one.