This charming home in the heart of Trout Valley was originally built in 1927 by John Hertz for the horse, Reigh Count, winner of the 1928 Kentucky Derby. Converted from the barn and painstakingly rebuilt in 2008, keeping the charm of this historically significant home combined with all the modern features of today's lifestyle. 8' knotty pine wide plank flooring and 9 ft ceilings on the main floor. Limestone frplc, open concept white chef's Kitchen with soapstone countertops and high end appliances, plus 2 first floor Bedrooms and full Bath. Second floor offers a Loft area, Laundry, plus 2 more Bedrooms (one currently used as an Office) and the Master suite with luxurious private bath and sitting room! English LL includes huge family Room and full Bath. Incredible detailing and the ultimate in construction thruout. 19x32ft heated craftsman work room. Private spacious patio for outdoor entertaining overlooking the huge backyard with mature trees. Most valuable is the beautiful unique community of Trout valley that invites past and present in a peaceful quiet resort/lifestyle setting: Horse trails & barn, marina, tennis, swimming, golf and social events the whole family can enjoy. This home is on public water & sewer and conveniently located just minutes to downtown Cary and Metra station. You are buying a piece of history!