Originally built in 1812, this 1,752 square-foot timber-framed farmhouse renovation is a living testimony of old-world building techniques. The home features antique post-and-beam structure, hand-hewn timber, extra-wide chestnut, white oak flooring and an artisan stone fireplace.
The open floor plan has a deconstructed kitchen, a dining and living area. The first floor includes a full bar, a laundry room/mudroom and 2 bathrooms. The second floor features dual master suites. The basement features the original exposed large boulder foundation and a 1,000 bottle-capacity wine cellar.
French doors offer southern views of the private 3 acre property. A deck leads to a large stone patio terrace wrapped around an outdoor fireplace.
No nailing into or painting of walls.