Historic New England Homestead on 3+ Acres with Awesome Timber Frame Barn. Built by Enos Lovell in 1794, this spacious antique has been home and business to the family run Leslie’s Tavern since 1986. The main floor functions as a 50 seat restaurant complete with commercial kitchen, dry storage and a large deck overlooking the generous, private, landscaped grounds. The integrity of the building has been preserved and it’s easy to see how it could convert back to a stately single family home. The second floor contains original bedrooms as well as the cozy and bright on-sight living quarters with mini kitchen, commercial grade under-counter refrigeration, a custom built island and farmhouse sink. This home features many special period and architectural details including 5 fireplaces, built -ins, butler’s pantry, wide board floors and a beautiful transom window over the main entrance. The landing on the second floor has an irresistible built -in window seat. Over the light filled ground floor workshop with its own entrance to a private patio (the workshop area could easily be converted to a nifty studio apartment), there is a bonus space with a private entrance, ample natural light, and a charming Vermont Castings wood stove. The spacious and charming barn with heat and electricity offers additional possibilities. The extensive septic system was originally designed for 48 mobile units and would possibly lend itself to a family compound/ tiny house colony. Schedule a tour today.
Updated on July 8, 2022 at 2:31 pm