Listed by Hammond Wheeler Realty
Price improved! Lovely example of an early Cape Cod post and beam home, built circa 1783, known by older locals as the Blaisdell home sells for only the second time in its existence. A traditional center chimney cape with three Rumford fireplaces rebuilt using most of the original handmade brick made on-site and each has a damper and flue lining. Original cranes installed in the two larger fireplaces. All interior doors of the main house have the original hand-wrought hinges and latches. Wooden hinges and latch on the laundry room door. Original painted pine flooring exposed throughout the first floor with exception of carpeted living room and kitchen linoleum floor. Wide maple paneling in the living room with raised paneling over the fireplace. Original painted and stenciled plaster in the front hall as well as ceilings in master bedroom, birthing room and parlor. The house was modernized with heating, electrical and plumbing systems in 1963.