An authentic reproduction of an 18th century New England Saltbox house, faithfully reproduced with hand-hewn beams and carefully crafted period style hardware. On 2 private wooded acres, the home has the look of its historic counterparts still found in Connecticut. Antique street lanterns light the way down the flagstone path to the formal entryway. Enter and sense the care that went into recreating an earlier era --with wide plank white oak floors and accurate paint colors that evoke early New England. From the foyer, enter the living room, w wood-burning fireplace. Paneled wood shutters fold back to reveal 12- over-12 paned windows. At the far end of this large room is a library sitting area w built in bookshelves. Next, step into the rustic keeping room. A beamed ceiling and brick fireplace give a warm welcoming feeling. The "cooking" fireplace features a brick oven for baking bread. There's a door to the back yard and a pass-though to a fully equipped kitchen that still manages a colonial feel w hand finished maple cabinets and leaded glass windows. Completing the first floor are the formal dining room and a large master bedroom w bath. Use front or back stairs to reach 3 large bedrooms with generous closets and upstairs full bath. Of course, there's AC, forced air heat, an attached garage, full basement, ample storage and many more comforts our ancestors would envy. Come to see and appreciate just how special and how comfortably livable this home is.