Ready to own a piece of Easton’s history while becoming part of its rebirth? Originally built in 1790 and expanded in 1845, this Georgian style home was once owned by a Civil War surgeon, Dr. Jacob Ludlow, whose famous patient was Ulysses S Grant. The interior features include formal living and dining rooms, 4 fireplaces, 2 full and 2 half baths including an original Victorian water closet and clawfoot tub. The country kitchen has the original coal fired stove. In the 2nd floor there is a greenhouse, media room and balcony overlooking the courtyard. There are front and back staircases. The shaded courtyard includes fireplace, koi pond, covered patio and the original brick outhouse for added storage. As a bonus, the 2nd floor entrance leads to a first floor mudroom and the back portion of the 2nd floor which once was used as a hair salon. Please check with zoning for permitted uses.