Atmospheric Early American Colonial
Pride of ownership and a true sense of preserving the past are evident in this atmospheric early American colonial. Many original details have been lovingly restored and conserved including two original fireplaces; hand hewn beams; wide plank wood floors and much more. A newer addition blends seamlessly with the older section of the home.
Once the original colonial kitchen. Features the original cooking fireplace with swinging pot bracket and behive oven arch.
Formal Front Palor (Living Room)
Featuring restored, original wide-plank pumpkin pine floors; Pennsylvania blue stone hearth; original chair rails; original, built-in cupboards on both sides of fireplace
Updated in 1998 with Yorktown maple cabinets; roll-out shelves; Corian sink; Insinkerator instant hot water dispenser; Tile floor; GE Profile microwave and refrigerator; Maytag dishwasher. Unique wall and ceiling treatment is restored barn board taken from the property's original carriage house.
This great room was added to the home in 1986 and features a cathedral ceiling with skylight and decorative hand-hewn beams taken from property's original carriage house as are all of the moldings and baseboard; random width pegged, pine floor. French doors open onto a 14x18 screen porch.
Family Room adjacent to Great Room
Family room features pine tongue and groove paneling, as well as, as original, exposed fieldstone wall; working wet bar sink; and expansive views of the yard.
A fabulous place to unwind and take in the views of your perennial gardens and the neighboring farm.
Currently used as an office, this charming room features built-in bookcases; window seat and original details.
Features restored original pine floor and restored plaster walls and ceiling.
Alternate view of exterior
The large addition built in 1986 expanded the living space by adding the Great Room, screen porch and a one car garage.
- Dining room
- Gourmet Kitchen
- Laundry Room
- Living room
- Unfinished Basement
- 1 Car Garage
- Ceiling Fans
- Wood floors
- Shingle Roof
- Slate Roof
- Oil Heating
- Septic Tank
Archived in October, 2012
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