Tremendous opportunity to live in a piece of 19th century heritage while enjoying all the conveniences of 21st century living. This is a thoughtfully and meticulously restored Shaker-built post-and-beam home overlooking the Mascoma River. Constructed in 1820 on the other side of Mascoma Lake, it was pulled by thirty-six yoke of oxen to its current site in 1852 (Henry Cummings Writings). It served as a leather mill, and much evidence of the old machines is visible. There are three levels of living space and a large attic for storage. All mechanical systems and appliances are brand new and top of the line. A conscious effort was made to repurpose the original structure's materials; kitchen and bathroom countertops were built from original beams. Sunlight bounces off the beautifully restored wide beam floor boards. You have an unobstructed view of the Mascoma River and the bike trail beyond. As you enjoy your morning coffee while sitting on the large deck, you won't know that you're in the center of town. The south-facing sun porch with stained glass accents enjoys the sun's rays and heat deep in winter.
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