Situated at the southeast corner of the old Barker tract, this L-shaped stone farmhouse has passed through very few owners since the late 1700s. Many original features are intact. The c.1820 addition contains a straight staircase as well as a big walk-in stone fireplace. Seven doors give access to this house, with a covered front porch and rear screened sunporch. Walk-up attic has three rooms with finished ceilings. A separate summer kitchen contains a second walk-in stone fireplace with an intact beehive oven. In the last century this was a dairy farm and you can still see the original silo and stalls. Huge bank barn with pegged beams stands witness to centuries of tenure, and a smaller barn with sliding doors serves as a garage. Property contains 3 acre Pasture with run-in pole barn and a corn field of approximately 10 acres. Watch your horses from the kitchen window!
Updated on September 21, 2023 at 7:57 am