Charming and authentic antique built in 1772 by Samuel Parmelee has had two major renovations-one in the 1930 and 40's by Hayes and Olga Trowbridge and in 2006-2007 by the current owner. The keeping room, dining room and living room all share the center chimney with working fireplaces in each. Wide board flooring, chestnut paneling and original corner cabinets in the living room are some of the features an antique lover can appreciate. The kitchen is open to the keeping room with the stunning fireplace complete with original crane. The first floor bedroom with full bath could be used as the master or the larger upstairs bedroom with a cathedral ceiling and a shared bath is another alternative. The third bedroom is also on the second floor. An additional bedroom (the septic includes a 1250 gallon tank so appropriate for four bedrooms) or rec room is located over the attached two car garage. A first floor mudroom with full bath is located off the garage for your convenience. The four acre lot is beautiful! Sit on the screen porch or on the swinging bench at the rear of the property and take in the open meadow surrounded by privacy woodland, stone walls, large pines and hemlocks. Not to be missed is the stone patio in the front and on east side of the home, the lovely perennial garden, the remains of the old barn foundation, the chicken coop and, of course, the three old wells from which the property received its name-Three Well Farm.
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