Step back in time with this charming and historic Colonial home built in 1750 with an addition in 1809. Proclaimed as the oldest home in town. Lovely in-town back yard with flower gardens, screened gazebo & work shed. interior features include farmers kitchen, walk-in pantry, walk up attic, 4 wood burning fireplaces (new chimney liners in 2007), center stairway, mostly wood floors. New roof in 2009 also added heat tape to prevent ice dams. Furnace was replaced in 2007. Part of driveway has granite slabs as they did not use hard-pack in 1750. Rented water heater costs about $8 per month. Upstairs hallway has very wide pine floors that have been restored using Danish Oil (walnut). Library(Music room) has Pumpkin Pine wood floors. Front entrance has exposed beams. Master bedroom has it's own bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. This will make a lovely home for the person who enjoys a bit of history.
Mary Chamberlin, Vanessa Stone Real Estate.
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