With verdant, gently rolling hills reminiscent of the Irish countryside, the aptly named Tullamore Farms is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, a 208-acre farm estate that offers seclusion and serenity amid dramatic expanses of wide-open land. Travel up the main drive past a wooded creek and a charming historical stone house. Classic farm buildings and animals grazing in pastures create viewscapes worthy of a painting. Taking the road farther into the heart of the property, catch a glimpse of the eclectic main residence, an expanded 18th-century farmhouse tucked into a hill. Leave the world behind here. Walk up the hill, turn around and absorb the inspiring views, stillness and nature. Properties of this scale are rarities in the Lambertville-New Hope area, which enhances Tullamore Farms' old world estate feel. Located just 66 miles from New York City and 46 miles from Philadelphia, it will work for someone seeking a farm, a family retreat, or even an investment. With reverence for the land, respect for animals and sustainable farming practices, Tullamore Farms' agricultural credibility has grown in recent years, thanks to strong demand for its grass-fed steer and lamb, with one of New York City's most notable purveyors of fine meats among the farm's customers. A farm store presently operates in a 1950s milk house on the property. Should one wish, there is ample space to expand the farm's production. In addition, horse stables with 11 stalls, indoor and outdoor riding rings and acres of fenced pastures serve equestrian interests. Three small homes located well away from the main house can serve as property manager's or groom's quarters. Additional outbuildings that one would expect to see on a country property are hither and thither, used for storage and other purposes. Tullamore Farms also is home to the "Rosemont Supper Club", a true farm-to-table dining experience in a historical stone house, privately situated away from the main residence. Given its setting and the amount of space available to raise whatever one desires, the facility lends itself perfectly to many farm-to- table endeavors. There are guest rooms on the upper level of this charming building, making the farm a destination for agri-tourism. Whether one chooses to continue the farming traditions or opts to turn this into a more private gentleman's estate, this is an opportunity without equal in the Bucks-Hunterdon area.