You could be the new owner of one of the finest homes in Tusket - The Hatfield House. This historic home was built in 1793 for Abigail Price. On the original deed they referred to her as a widowed black woman who was an empire loyalist from Massachusetts. In 1813 it was sold to David Van Norden. Since that time the home has had six owners. Today the house is named and honoured after Mildred and Alan Hatfield who purchased the dwelling in 1933. It remained in the Hatfield family until the spring of 2013 when the Hatfield House restaurant came into being -paying homage to the family legacy. Located on the banks of the Tusket River, this New England-style home has undergone many renovations in the past few years as it became a very unique restaurant with an old-world charm. There are endless possibilities on how this property can be used. The downstairs has two large living/dining rooms, one with propane fireplace, reception area, kitchen, and two bathrooms (as it has commercial zoning). It also has its original wood and marble flooring. There is also a two-level screened in porch area, which extends the dining experience in the hot summer days. The residential upstairs offers a living room with a wood burning fireplace, two bedrooms, an office, and a full bath. The grounds are very well maintained, and you will find 4.86 acres with many mature trees, a greenhouse, and a carriage house with a slate roof and lots of storage space. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase this unique turnkey business or simply an amazing personal residence. Call today to book your private viewing.