Circa 1815, the Motter House, built by Peter Graybill, is a beautifully renovated Federal Style home with many of the original details still visible. The brick construction is supported by stone arches in the basement and each room boasts high ceilings with tall windows and decorative fireplaces. The beautiful wood floors demonstrate the quality construction of the era. While this home has a storied history, the current owners have brought life back to it, keeping the character but adding modern conveniences like propane cooking, solid surface counters, a large center island kitchen and main level laundry. The old summer kitchen that had a walk-in fireplace has been converted to the owner’s casual family room. The back staircase leads from this room to a second floor home office. The plaster in the house was expertly attended to by the same hands that have worked on the White House. Perfectly situated on just over 6 acres, the property offers a good mix of open and wooded space with pastoral and creak views.
Updated on April 29, 2022 at 2:15 am