The 243-year old main house, built in 1777, comes with refurbished interiors that still pay homage to historic features like wide-plank flooring and detailed architectural touches. With the addition of a second house in 1887, this Colonial style horse farm has an abundance of space for agriculture and outdoor/indoor living.
The main house, adapting to modern living, recently installed solar panels and a brand new roof. The interior features exquisite wood work, 9’ ceilings, tall windows, and 18th Century detailing.
With the combination of both houses, this property contains 6,398 square feet of living space, complete with 9 bedrooms and 6.1 bathrooms. The farmland contains various amenities for rural living, including a chicken house, a detached 2-car garage, paddocks for horses, and a two-stall barn with a tack room and hay loft.
Selling Points: Historic original rooms; great for urban homesteaders; underground spring; solar systems
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