The 1815 House, located at the junction of Routes 44 & 106, was originally built as a stage stop, tavern and inn in 1806 and is steeped in local history. Home to Bud Hawkins Seed Company through the early part of the last century, it was more recently licensed as a 22-seat restaurant (with commercial kitchen) and B&B. With 4 bd/3ba, large kitchen and multiple gathering spaces, the house is now being offered as a large family home, and perfect for a home-based business. The property includes fields, a small wood and brook frontage and sits well above flood level. For a horse lover, a part of the garage can easily be converted to a stable and the field to a paddock/arena. For foodies, the existing commercial kitchen can be home base for a catering business and field to a large summer event space. Access off Route 44 to the upper field can provide adequate off-street parking for a large event. For the gardener, the field is fertile ground with ample weekend market space. The house has gotten a new roof with the last few years. The well pump was replaced this spring. The furnace has been regularly serviced. A new owner will no doubt want to make their own modifications, but it is ready for immediate occupancy.
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Listing Courtesy ofSeth Warren Real Estate