1842 Second Empire Stone House has been owned by only two families. Stone was quarried from property, and shaped creating this beauty; the exterior walls are three feet thick. Center hall entrance flanked by the living room, once the original kitchen which retains a workable beehive stove and fireplace, deep window sills and equally gracious den. Large dining room with twenty-foot table, adjacent to well designed eat-in cook's kitchen tastefully brought up to the 21st century with attached brick walk-in root cellar. Hand hewn banister rail invites you up to the second floor which contains the master bedroom with en suite bathroom. Three bedrooms on the top floor off wide landing. This 3.4 acre parcel also has a second home built in 1972, updated in 2002. It contains a large bedroom and bath, lots of closet space, a main living room, and a delightful airy kitchen. Electric, cable, septic all separate from the main house.