Remarkable late 1700's, early 1800's era cape reproduction which was inspired by a trip to Williamsburg, VA by the current & only owner of this pristine home. The original plans were drafted from Colonial Home Magazine & the home was constructed to match that era but be well suited to today's lifestyle! The home features random width red & white oak wide plank flooring cut from trees on the property, era interior doors & hardware sourced from an actual area home that was slotted to be torn-down, a center chimney & two fireplaces build of antique brick, all custom oak trim modeled from that era, 12 over 12 windows & much, much more! The home also features modern accouterments such as oak kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops, four bedrooms (two on the main level) with the ability for a fifth in the lower level, three well appointed full baths, large formal living & dining rooms both with era fireplaces, an in-law apartment in the lower level with separate access, walk-out basement, wrap-around deck, front patio, split rail fence, attached two car garage & lots of privacy! The roof was replaced in 2008, furnace in 2012, driveway in 2016. Other improvements include a patio, split rail fence, water filtration system, new chimney caps, basement stairs, bathroom floor tile, fresh paint, windows & doors. If you're looking for the ambiance of the past adapted to modern day living, then look no further!