A true diamond, with a few facets yet to be "cut." Sited on 9.41 wooded acres of golf-course like property, located near one of the higher elevations in Kane County (Campton Hills Road and Town Hall Road), this property is totally unique- not a McMansion by any means. Built in 1934 by Porter Fox, who established Foxwood Farm, which back in the day, was an exclusive Swiss Brown Cow breeding facility. The property changed hands over the years, finally being purchased by the current owners in 1987. The new owner completely rehabilitated it and enlarged it. Today, the property has been well maintained except for a few areas of maintenance, particularly the exterior siding which needs paint and some repair. The owner is an engineer by trade and designed most of the property's electrical systems himself. In about 2000, a 2,160 sf Morton building was added. It is filled with a lot of specialized machinery, which is being auctioned, so the building is not open to initial showings, but you can see the interior photos.