From its gentle sloping roof, to richly detailed built-in cabinetry and period hardware used throughout, this turn of the century home is an extraordinary example of the design influence of the father of the American Arts and Crafts movement, Gustav Stickley. Quality materials, fine craftsmanship and pride in ownership over the years has kept this home in beautiful condition. Sided in quarter-sawn native clapboards, the home retains all aspects of its original design and charm. Inside, much of the woodwork was crafted in butternut, adding depth, warmth and character to every room. A wood cook-stove, slate farmhouse-style sink and retro style kitchen will call you back to a time where life seemed simpler and more comforting. Covered porches and screen rooms front and back provide ample space for relaxing with family and friends. From pass through cabinetry between the kitchen and dining room, a walk-in pantry in the kitchen, to closets in every room and even a cedar lined walk-in closet with deep built-in storage draws, youâll have ample storage for everyoneâs needs. Interesting features include a dumbwaiter that runs from basement to living room for a convenient way to bring up firewood and an old cistern that has been converted into a custom built wine cellar. The original carriage barn now houses 2-3 cars + yard equipment with more storage room upstairs. A slate patio area behind the ice house overlooks a well manicured yard. Slow down, relax and move to Vermont!