You can feel the rich history of this stunning antique colonial farmhouse from the moment you step inside. Built by the Fay family, this 300+ year old home built in 1699, is full of the charm and character you would expect of a home with such deep roots. Don’t let the modern exterior fool you, once you enter through the doors, the dark wood paneling on the walls and original wide pine floorboards transport you to a different time. It’s hard to believe that it was once used as a dairy farm and even had a silo! The central chimney in the living room is quite the focal point, previously in the original kitchen, and still in excellent condition. All the fireplaces in the home are still used with three on the first floor, and in two bedrooms upstairs. Today you’ll enjoy the modern touches on an oversized double corner lot with walkdown access to Sudbury Reservoir, a barn with horse stalls, and a separate screened in area perfect for parties large and small! Don’t miss this opportunity!