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Listed by Jaime Durell of Four Seasons Sotheby's Int'l Realty
DELAYED SHOWINGS - Showings begin on Sunday, November 1st. Completely refinished in 2002, this home has been well maintained and cared for and has some of the finest upgrades a homeowner could look for. The home is complete with 150-year old hand-hewn beams, pine flooring, a customized country kitchen with upgrades to include a six burner Wolf Stove, center island with beverage/wine fridge, and refinished cabinetry. There are 3 bedrooms with a first floor living option, as well as two additional bedrooms upstairs including the primary en-suite with soaking tub and walk-in closet. A large screen porch overlooks the field, pond, and two-level gazebo. A newer barn was built in 2014, which is insulated, has a Rinnai heater, a separate workshop to the right side, and an upper level loft for storage or hay. Another barn with stalls was previously home to a horse and two miniature donkeys. This 42 acres not only has plenty of space for all of your animals, but it also has Plum, Pear, Peach, and Apple trees on property as well as a large fenced in area with blueberry bushes and plenty of space for gardens.

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