This beautiful stone farmhouse, built between the 1760s and the 1780s, is an exquisitely renovated residence that retains much of its historic character. The wide-plank floors are original, as is much of the woodwork that surrounds the windows and doors. Even details that have been added more recently–such as a beamed ceiling–pay tribute to the home’s period origins.
Though the listing highlights a single “Tavern Room” …
…there are other rooms that would seem equally worthy of the name:
Our favorite part? The little log school house. That’s serious history.
THE FINE PRINT
Square feet: 4,096
Outdoors: 3+ acres
Duly noted: “Possible wine cellar area in basement”