Charming 18th century antique farmhouse on an acre of land. Built in about 1716 and enlarged in 1840, it was restored in the 1970s and now the 2020-21 renovations make this home thoroughly modern while honoring its historic charm. Spacious, sunny, eat-in kitchen with brand new stainless appliances, new floor, and gorgeous marble countertops, it has a walk-in pantry with laundry. Two newly done full baths, one with low step shower and subway tiles to the ceiling and glass door, the other with a relaxing, deep soaking tub. Fresh designer colors are throughout the entire interior, and the warm wide pine floors are all refinished. Upgrades also include brand new heating system and new 200 amp electricity -- and the roof is only 8 years old. Kitchen, full bath, pantry, formal dining room, cozy study, and long living room with wood burning fireplace on the first floor. Upstairs are two good sized bedrooms, one at each end, with full bath, a sweet nursery, and spacious sitting room with fireplace in between. The basement has the original kitchen fireplace (not working) with beehive oven, a brick floor and a workshop. Outside is a field offering privacy from Hope Street with gorgeous stone walls and a garden shed. Located near the Rockwell School on the "Bristol Neck", it is a short bike ride down Aaron Avenue to a little public swimming beach and the East Bay Bike Path. This is a very special home with a link to the past while being thoroughly updated for today's living. Come see!
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