This 1745 farmhouse is one of Freeport’s oldest homes. The current owners brought the original house and post and beam barn back to the 21st century for today’s lifestyle. Exposed wood beams and king pumpkin pine floors greet you upon entry, as the simple, elegant floor plan offers an open and airy feel with abundant natural light. The first floor offers two sitting areas, one leading to a three-season porch for endless entertaining and the other with a woodstove for cozy winter evenings. The kitchen is chef ready with ample storage. First floor primary bedroom and bath with great closets, with a 2nd floor offering three rooms for flexible use. Modern, efficient systems and on-demand generator. The 2,000 sq. ft. barn is complete with a concrete slab, electric vertical barn doors, and a second floor loft, perfect for use as a garage plus party and play space! All set on 4 level acres with mature landscaping, a bluestone walkway, old stone walls, and a hip roof wood shed. Just over one mile to Wolfes Neck Center and Wolfes Neck State Park, and only five minutes to downtown Freeport. The possibilities are endless with this restored gem!
Click on the PLAY ICON located at the bottom left corner of the tour and it will automatically walk you through the home. To explore on your own, click on the WHITE CIRCLES located inside the tour, or use your ARROW KEYS to move about the house.
Click on the PLAY ICON located at the bottom left corner of the tour and it will automatically walk you through the barn. To explore on your own, click on the WHITE CIRCLES located inside the tour, or use your ARROW KEYS to move about the barn.