Welcome to 6 Old Common Road – home of Dublin’s cherished Rev. Levi W. Leonard and the first free public library in America. Possessing integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, association, and feeling, the interiors of this historic home have evolved minimally over the years, creating a stylistic dialog between the past and present. Homage has been paid to the original incarnation with maintaining many original, refined details while allowing for the seamless incorporation of modern conveniences, finishes, personal design, and necessary enhancements. A prominent property suited for seasonal gatherings and getaways, multi-generational living, or multi-income potential, the main house features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a large mudroom with ample storage, a country kitchen with in-room dining and a wood fireplace, a formal dining room and living room, the library, an upstairs laundry room, an open or screened porch with a grill patio, and an attached two-car garage. The on-property workshop has a wood stove and attic storage and the barn, originally attached to the main house, has been detached and relocated, offering a guest house with a full kitchen, dining and living room, and lofted bedroom and bathroom. Incredible storage space, two porches, and an attached carport finish this architectural gem of a barn. A local artisan landscaped the grounds with maples, blueberries, crabapples, rhododendrons, hostas, azaleas, and a stunning water feature.
Updated on June 2, 2022 at 2:56 pm