Built about 1860, the Mottley Family Farmstead was entered into both the State and National Registers of Historic Places in 2001. A stream meanders through most of the 320 acres with rolling terrain and breathtaking views. There are 120 acres of pasture, approximately 70 heavily wooded acres and 130 tillable acres rented through 2017 for $40,000 per year. The limestone house and barn need total renovation. The pole shed sleeps hunters. The Old Stone House Farm is less than 10 minutes from downtown Mineral Point which is a quaint tribute to the Cornish settlers who came to work in the local mines in the mid 1800's and constructed limestone homes in the architectural style of their homes in their native Cornwall.