Early 19th Century Plaster over Stone Colonial has been nurtured, appreciated and respectfully enhanced over the years.
A ten foot stone fireplace greets visitors in the Keeping Room. There are two front doors, built-ins, original wide-planked flooring throughout and pie stairs leading to the upstairs. Exposed stone walls and beam ceilings exude the history of the house leaving the twenty-first century behind.
Period details like paneled doorways with antique hardware, windows containing 18th century glass, molded cornices and cedar shake roof will capture both heart and spirit.
Comfortably nestled in the town of Sergeantsville, the house probably dates from about 1790, and is one of the earliest surviving structures in the village.