Originally built in 1765, this lovingly maintained historic Granville Colonial sits on 37+ acres of mature woodlands and open meadow. The Main entry opens to a hand carved Staircase.To the left, a lovely paneled front parlor with one of the homes 4 fireplaces welcomes you...To the right you find the large dining room with an original built in corner hutch. Continue through the door to the keeping room with original beehive oven and windows which look out onto the back patio with green views beyond. Throughout this lovely home you will find original woodworking and hardware,12/12 paned windows, and plank flooring and beautiful views. The Carriage House adds additional possibilities. With full kitchens, formal living/dining areas, as well as 3 bedrooms, a multi-generational family estate might be achieved. Or, perhaps a Bed and Breakfast is something your imagination always played with, this could be the perfect destination. Granville offers the best in country settings! Call today
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