Theresa Grella, Bean Group / Amherst.
Handsome antique post-and-beam Colonial built in 1740 standing solidly on hewed granite blocks. In the 1700s, a regular stage coach stop, now a convenient Amherst location close to schools, shopping, and commuter routes. It has 14 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, and an attached garage on approximately 4 beautiful acres with perennials, stone walls, and space to play. Loaded with history and charm, this 3-story home has been lovingly and thoughtfully updated to include a fabulous gourmet kitchen (5-star gas cooktop, brick pizza oven, Victorian wood-burning cook stove, True 4 door refrigerator, granite counters, and large island with loads of cabinetry), gorgeous baths, and a stand-out second floor laundry (custom cabinetry, folding station, and soaking sink), gunstock corner posts, wide board floors, King's Pine wainscoting, and 11 fireplaces, including 4 with wood stoves. The completely finished third floor is ideal for overnight guests, including a place to work or learn from home. Formerly Fletcher Tavern, for many years a bustling dairy farm, and for some years a summer tourist home - today a special property looking for a new owner to carry on the stewardship of part of Amherst's history.
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Listing information last updated on May 6th, 2021 at 8:52am EDT.