Enjoy the charm of a country farmhouse in the beautiful Bull Pasture Valley. Built in 1885 the house sheltered the old Highland country family and raised eight children during the Great Depression. Beautiful renovations brought the house back to life after several years of loneliness, making it a delightful place for you and yours to rest and relax. Situated on 150 acres south of McDowell, the house oversees chickens, horses and cows on a daily basis. The Bull Pasture River flows through the property, offering wading, swimming, fishing and outdoor fun! Depending on the season, you can experience making hay, pressing apple cider, harvesting vegetables, gathering eggs or making maple syrup. Cozy enough for two or spacious enough for a family, the house features a full kitchen, dining room, living room, two full baths, guest laundry and four bedrooms to sleep nine.