A transformative home for today’s discerning buyer. The current owners creatively undertook a breathtaking renovation, creating a special place from what was once a home noted for surviving the burning by the British in July of 1779.
Employing the expertise of local interior designer Leslie Dunn, of Dunn Designs, the home maintains the character and charm of the original antique, while providing modern amenities desired for today’s current lifestyle.
The home captivates with a flexible floor plan and bright rooms. The first floor remodel started with a complete renovation of the kitchen. By moving and eliminating walls, a broader opening was created, expanding the size of the kitchen and exposing views directly into various living areas that reveal original antique beams. The innovative kitchen showcases gorgeous Danby marble countertops from Vermont, a 48” Wolf dual fuel range with 6 burners and griddle, Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and newly refinished heart pine floors that extend into the primary living areas.
The open floor plan offers an open concept kitchen and family room opening directly to the outdoors, an expansive dining room and formal living room, screened porch to enjoy summer breezes, home office, newly renovated powder room, laundry room and mudroom.