Breathtaking Historic Revolutionary War era home. Built in the 1700’s by early settler David Drake. Drake’s family member was on the Council of Plymouth for the settling of New England. There was a large Bee Colony on this magical property, which is where the name ”Honey Pot Road” originated. The nearly 2 acre- 5 bed/4 full bath stately home has wonderful backyard privacy with mature trees & perennials. Fantastic character of yesteryear including lovely hand hewn beams, 3 original working Rumford fireplaces which were designed by Sir Benjamin Thompson, (Count Rumford) – The main fireplace has a Rumford Beehive Oven with original 18th century tools. Wide plank pine floors. Ensuite Primary bedrooms on the first and second floor, walk in closets. Updated kitchen with soapstone counters originally from the Springfield Train Station. This wonderfully cared for home boasts many restorations and updates.
Updated on October 1, 2021 at 1:36 pm