The Stephen Jacob House is an extremely important historic residence in a town known for its historic architecture. Built in 1784 in the Georgian/Federal style, the residence was sited on the rise of State Street from the Village of Windsor. It's commanding presence was embellished with cornice dentil detailing and possibly a Palladian window. Having been used for many purposes over the years, the house was purchased by Historic Windsor, Inc. in 2008. Recognizing its historic significance along with much original fabric intact, Historic Windsor, Inc. engaged in a massive cleanup, extensive documentation and a complete paint job with some sections reroofed with standing seam. The residence is now ready for the next phase of its life as a single family residence, up to 4 residential apartments, owner occupied business or a cultural center. All of the necessary as built architectural plans, documentation of existing materials and fabric and proposed Feasibility Plans are available. The project will require all new systems and rehab working with the extensive original fabric including interior shutters, period flooring and window and door detailing. Many original doors. The residences rich history with Stephen Jacob and its architectural significance will regain its prominence in Historic Windsor upon completion.