This notable Stockton property was constructed circa 1720 and has a long and rich history. Originally consisting of a kitchen with a hearth, dining and living rooms plus 2 bedrooms on a second level accessed by a butterfly staircase, it was expanded in the 1800's to become the classic center hall colonial. Two more public rooms were added to the left of the central hall along with an additional 2 bedrooms on the second level-all combining to become what it is to this day, a charming stone residence! The 1.65 acre property includes a one bedroom carriage house which is currently rented, a potting shed and a restored stone and redwood barn which dates back to the 1800's. The property was once owned by the Colligans who were proprietors of the renowned Stockton Inn for many years.