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Sold for $385,000 on May 31, 2019
You won't find a more charming home than this 1767 Isaac Lewis house. This historic center-chimney Colonial is solidly constructed and has been very well maintained. Nine large rooms, seven working fireplaces, gleaming wide-pine floorboards, tasteful stenciling, many built-in cabinets, gunstock corner beams, and historic glass. The great room is pegged post-and-beam construction with hearth, a large dining area, tall ceilings, large glass sliding doors overlooking a private, well-landscaped backyard with a row of crab apple trees, a wisteria-covered pergola/patio, a magnificent magnolia tree, and established perennial beds. Just off the great room are a spacious updated bathroom, a laundry room and a sizable, well-finished mudroom. Adjacent to the great room is a large kitchen and wonderful walk-in pantry. The kitchen has a fireplace and brick-arched cooking enclave. Beyond the kitchen is a formal dining room, a spacious formal parlor room and a library/office -- all with fireplaces. Upstairs are the large master bedroom with fireplace, twin side-by-side bedrooms, a fourth bedroom with fireplace, two bathrooms, and a wonderful kids/grandkids attic playroom with stairs to the kitchen. The house has an attached two-car garage and workshop. Outside the home are established perennial flower gardens, flowering shrubs and raised veggie beds. Zero worries about development encroachment. Swimming, downhill/x-country skiing, and hiking trails are all nearby. See the walk-through video