This striking 1903 Colonial Revival home was commissioned by Edward and Marianne Faulkner to house their farm & mill manager and his family. Massively built with timber framing, lathe and plaster on the stone foundation of an 1805 residence it replaced. The winter light flows through the south facing home overlooking the Ottauquechee River. A 1990 addition included a main level family room and master suite on the second with views north and westerly of Mt. Tom and the National Park lands. Spacious fenced back and side yards are landscaped with flowering shrubs and perennial gardens with an outdoor entertainment area featuring charcoal barbecue and Italian wood fired oven. All mechanical systems, plumbing and wiring have been replaced and upgraded, including the installation of two Tesla Power Walls to provide electrical service during extreme weather events. A short walk over the Covered Middle Bridge to all Village amenities and around the corner from Faulkner Park.