Lovingly cared for and thoughtfully updated over the years, the Daniel Davis House is a treasured piece of Barnstable history in the heart of the village. The five-bedroom, Georgian-style home is ideally located on a historic stretch of Old Kings Highway next door to the Sturgis Library, within walking distance of the beach, marina, restaurants, and everything else the village has to offer. Inside, the 3,748-square-foot residence exudes charm throughout with original period details and modern comforts. Tall ceilings and an abundance of windows allow natural light to fill each room, while numerous fireplaces lend warmth and character. At the heart of the home, a farmhouse-style kitchen is equipped with modern appliances, including a large cookstove, and island seating. A butlers pantry and separate storage pantry ensure ample space for all your cooking needs. The primary suite boasts a fireplace and a beautifully updated bathroom with a walk-in shower. Four additional bedrooms provide ample accommodations for family and guests. Accessed through French doors in the kitchen, a spacious deck and patio area are beautifully landscaped to create a private oasis thats perfect for entertaining. Additional highlights include a sun-filled enclosed porch, a large living room, and a garden room. Originally built in 1739 for Daniel Davis, who fought in the American Revolution, and his wife Mehitable Lothrop Davis, this idyllic property offers a rare opportunity to own a historic home thats been carefully updated for modern living in a sought-after village location.