1211 Gravel Pike is thought to be the original farmhouse (circa 1800s) for the surrounding land and features an abundance of original details throughout the home and on the property. This home was built before modern electricity and was oriented to allow for maximum light throughout the day and through the mostly-new large windows. The original details throughout this home are extremely rare and would be difficult to find or replicate anywhere else. Some of those details include the 1950’s kitchen cabinets, the gorgeous millwork throughout the home and along the exterior facades, the random-width antique red pine floors, the 20” full-thickness stone walls and even the full tree trunk beams that have been resupported in the basement. They just don’t make homes like this anymore! The current owner is responsible for bringing in public water, sewer and gas and has gone the extra mile to ensure proper levels of comfortable living by also including 6 wall-mounted gas powered heating units. This property also includes an original dairy/root cellar on the near 1 acre plot and has an abundance of mature landscaping and plenty of flower beds that bloom and flourish beautifully in the beginning of May and throughout the season. A large front porch, a peaceful side porch and two gorgeous dormers complete the highly visible facade of this beautiful property.
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