The relaxed charm of this home is palpable. The high ceilings of both floors, including two of tin, the exposed plaster walls and unpretentious wood floors all inspire a simpler life in uncluttered surroundings. On the first floor is the library with a sizable closet (think bedroom), a full bath, laundry, kitchen, dining and living rooms with a three-season back yard sun room making one-floor living a definite option. The original front hallway still accesses the living and dining rooms and the upstairs anchored by the substantial newel post. Upstairs are three bedrooms, lots of closets, and a half bath with back stairs down to the kitchen. This owner planned ahead by putting on a new roof, insulating the attic, and installing a Buderus boiler (Bosch engineering) in concert with a BoilerMate for efficient heating and hot water. For added comfort and assurance a vintage Morso wood stove, Napoleon propane stove, and tall vintage radiators keep you toasty all winter long. Outside is a gentle rise of of fields and extensive mature gardens and pear trees , a 10' tall x 35' quince hedge attracting hundreds of hummingbirds, an American Linden tree, and 2 large raised bed gardens. And, keeping it all simple, it has town water and town sewer. Minutes from grocery store and schools.