A chain of title for the property began in 1766 when the land was passed from Thomas Chandler to W. Smith. Over a couple of centuries the land was cleared and farmed, often passed down from family member to family member. In 2013, the current owners purchased the 57 acre farm and built a contemporary, energy-efficient, three bedroom house with long range views. The light-filled house has an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings and windows flanking the walls on all four sides. A spacious kitchen anchors the room on one end and a large stone fireplace on the opposite end; in between is dining and a great room gathering area. Downstairs are two additional bedrooms with a family area, woodstove and French doors to the outdoors. Below the house is the former chicken coop, a campy three-season cabin for spill over family visits. A path, lined by stone walls and once used for shepherding sheep and cows into upper pastures, marks the beginning of the trails, which run through the property and connect on to a network of private trails. Walnut and butternut trees edge the fields as well as wild apple and pear trees…we’re told the apples make up into a delicious, richly flavored apple sauce. A large post and beam, c1800s barn, in need of work, sits across the road. A fenced in vegetable garden has an asparagus patch and perennial gardens surround the house. Showings begin 6/24/22
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