In 1900, this historic Victorian farmhouse was built on Belcher Road. In 2002, the current owner carefully reconstructed the floor joists and reinforced it for its move to its present location on a 6 acre estate adjoining the Pinellas Park Equestrian Trail entrance and across the street from Helen Howarth Park & Equestrian Center. Once it arrived here in 2003, the gorgeous sunroom with cathedral ceiling, solarium with cathedral ceiling and garage were added. Because of the owner's meticulous attention to detail, the original hardwood floors, hardwood walls, hardwood ceilings, fireplace, in-door grill and dining room pocket doors are all in their original places. The owner's suite has a unique floor plan with attached office which makes it convenient to attend to important matters and then use the entrance to the sunroom for maximum relaxation. The ensuite owner's bath has tub and shower combination and connects conveniently to adjoining nursery or workout room. The country kitchen is centrally located and has features unique to the period in which it was created. These include pantry, dutch door to family room, sliding window over breakfast bar, privacy doors to dining room and living room. There are additional windows to family room which allow you to oversee the floor- to-ceiling indoor grill which connects to the original fireplace in the adjoining bedroom. Front and rear porches are spacious and airy with brick floors making it inviting to your family and guests who can watch horses graze around the large fishing pond. Other conveniences include a walk-in tub in 2nd bath, cedar lined closets, extensive storage in solarium and automatic gated entrance to property. The oversized 2-car garage has a large loft for additional storage. There are two barns with a total of 14 stalls, riding arena, riding trails and various equestrian accoutrements on site. Saddle-Up Riding Club currently rents one barn and several acres for its activities.