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Step back in time to visit this wonderful homestead! On the property, the remnants of a mill house and grist mill that used the Sawmill Brook to power the mill can still be seenl. This lovely home has been built in 3 different centuries, 1777, 1820 and 1973. The first part was built in the late 1700's, the second around 1820 than in the 1970's a third section was added. The home has 5-6 bedrooms, 4 baths and 7 fireplaces, with a library, ballroom, dining room and numerous other rooms. Some of the rooms with their unique characteristics have wallpaper dating back to the 1700's, fireplace mantels that were built by the Wells family, unusual knotty pine flooring and dining room andirons from a home of one of the founders of Youngstown, Ohio. A two car attached garage and barn complete the picture for this lovely antique. There are 16.8 acres of beautiful woods and babbling brooks and over 1000 feet of road frontage. There is also the ability to possibly build on a section of land down the road which is at the end of the property, with permission from the town. Walking distance to Woodstock Academy... Come be part of Woodstock history and bring your own special touches to make this home unique to you.... Home is on the Woodstock Registry of Antique Homes.

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Listed by and Diane J White of Berkshire Hathaway NE Prop.

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