Cedaridge Farm was established in 1790 as a Mennonite dairy farm and fruit tree orchard. It spans more than twenty acres of gardens, meadows, streams, and woodlands. The main stone house includes a glass conservatory, river stone fireplaces, and a unique sleeping porch. There is also a charming gardener’s cottage, a 1950s ranch house with Mercer tile bathrooms, and a peg barn. The vast garden areas include a waterfall leading to a pond, a gazebo, a cutting garden, and a nature trail through the woodlands. In 1989 the property was acquired by the renowned gardening expert, author, and photographer, Derek Fell and his wife Carolyn.