Your opportunity to Be Part of the Story at Mahockney manor house, and its 48 acres of idyllic Essex County farmland. Circa 1671/1820/1910, this colonial home embodies 350 years of American history with true architectural and historical significance. Gated pillars announce the long private road. Ancient sycamores adorn the circular driveway. A broad country porch greets each unobstructed sunrise. Enter a wide book-lined center hall with hand-carved archway. Original heart pine floors in all directions. To the left, the study with original fireplace and woodworking, the main public room visited by Patrick Henry and George Washington. To the right the parlor, with original 9-over-6 bubble glass windows and fireplace. Down the hall the owners suite, currently used as a music room, with attached full bath and copper soaking tub. A formal dining room leads to a gourmet kitchen with pantry, and a full-length screened porch overlooking a garden fountain and fenced horse pasture with barn. Upstairs are two BR and full bath. Dont miss the 1.5 miles of trails and 7-acre pond completing this peaceful refuge. You can write its next chapter. Visit www.mahockney.org for more of the story.
Updated on October 13, 2021 at 12:00 pm