Setting in the Ohio Valley of rolling hills and beautiful hardwoods, this premium hidden jewel is situated on 125 acres of beautiful terrain bordering Big Indian Creek.
Colonial Pines was formerly a horse farm owned by the Luken family. At one time it was used to train Olympic jumping horses. Earlier in the 1870s-1890s, the Armacost family built horse carriages on the property while providing much needed Blacksmith services to the surrounding community.
In addition to the breathtaking landscapes of Colonial Pines, the original 1856 Federalist Style home still sits in the center of the property, completely remodeled while preserving all of its original architecture inside and out. This historic home boasts five fireplaces, 3-layer brick construction, and magnificent interior woodwork from the period.