Just before leaving Southfield Village headed to Norfolk CT, this 1790 dairy farm lies nestled into a dynamic landscape which includes sheer rock face, streams, woods, meadow, marsh, stone walls, and a cascading waterfall. The parcel is on both sides of Norfolk Road, with a large barn sited below the house, and a separate heated art studio alongside. In the house are abundant original details, blended with contemporary touches by the artist/owner who has made the farm home and studio since 1985. The formal front door is still in use and opens into a gracious center hall. There are multiple rooms for entertaining, dining, working and socializing, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two half baths, and four working fireplaces.