Meticulously and lovingly renovated and maintained, this antique Farmhouse also prides itself as being a part of local Quaker Hill history. When Hiram B. Jones and his son Benjamin were pressured to stop teaching, he dismantled the schoolhouse and rebuilt it on this homesite so he could continue enlightening his students. Major work has now been done to preserve the home: New windows, siding, roof, septic, electrical work, oil tank removal, insulation, wallboard, kitchen remodel and bathroom renovations have all been addressed. Architecturally interesting and appealing features that you would expect of this era include arched doorways, Butler's Pantry, crown molding, marble window sills, some original wide board wood floors and hidden servant's staircase. Nooks and crannies abound with plenty of storage in the walkup attic or walkout basement with wine cellar and workshop area. All situated on a private, 4 acre rolling parcel, beautifully landscaped, with several areas of outdoor living space where you can sit and relax. A unique blend of the old and new, come and feel the sense of history and the serenity of nature in this Quaker Hill gem!