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The exposed post and beam frame of this restored farmhouse, built originally before the Civil War on the site of the nearby Alpaca Farm, creates an ambiance of warmth and historic authenticity. The interior layout of the main floor, designed by Architect Ben Moore around two fireplaces, allows fluid movement between kitchen, dining, and living room areas and a close relationship with the decks and surrounding woods. Carefully planned insulation and siting emphasize solar gain through large windows, and a south-facing solarium insures heating efficiency. Three cozy bedrooms --each with a skylight, one with a fireplace – and two baths comprise the second floor. Several lichen-covered stone walls and the large (1.5 acre) wooded lot, including three Japanese maples near the house, create a sense of rustic privacy. May need some updating. The lot size allows space for a future guest house and/or garage. 24 hours notice necessary to show. Note: Taxes are estimated.
FIRST FLOOR DESCRIPTIONLarge living room with John Hoy-built brick fireplace, half bath, and open dining room/kitchen with another fireplace. Wood floors and exposed beams throughout. South side has unfinished solarium attached.
SECOND FLOOR DESCRIPTION
Listing Agent:Lighthouse Properties
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