Red Hill, an imposing Federal home, c. 1825, is elegantly sited upon a hilltop surrounded by beautiful pastoral & mountain views. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The double-pile central hallway with nearly 12' ceilings is graced by an open-well stair, inspired by Owen Biddle's book, The Young Carpenter's Assistant. Many of the other home's features, which were influenced by this book, remain in the home & are in excellent condition. First & second-floor doorways are framed by symmetrical molded architraves w/ turned corner blocks. Many of the six-paneled doors & original mantels remain. Red Hill, offered on 40+/- acres, offers the ultimate in privacy & is surrounded by 1600+/- acres protected by a VOF conservation easement. This is a very worthy restoration project waiting for its new owner to bring it back to its glory!