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In the careful stewardship of one family for 45 years, this circa 1805 historic home has much to offer buyers desiring fine country living. Originally owned by a wealthy sea captain, Benjamin Loveren, this 11-room home sits high on a sweeping field enhanced by a fabulous post and beam barn capped with a cupola, and two small charming out-buildings. Scenic stone walls and stately maple trees help define the front boundary. The back entrance, hardscaped with a brick and granite courtyard true to the period of the home, is a delightful area for outdoor entertaining. The floorplan includes beautiful formal and informal rooms, five working fireplaces, and exquisite original details throughout. First floor highlights are the rustic barn room (a large gathering spot heated by a woodstove), a very gracious dining room with a fireplace, and a lovely keeping room also with a fireplace and wall of raised paneling. Around a corner in the country kitchen is a cozy dining area with a charming fireplace set in a wall of original paneling. A captain's stairway leads to the second floor's 3 bedrooms. The attractive master suite has a beamed ceiling and private updated bath. This landmark home, a favorite subject of photographers and artists, is meticulously maintained and ready for the next owner. An alarm system and automatic generator are in place.

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Listed by Judy Hampe of Coldwell Banker J Hampe Associates

Listing Sold by BH&G - The Masiello Group
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