Welcome to the heart of Carversville.This historic house is known as "The Creek House", and was the home of Carversville church's rector. The Paunacussing Creek behind the home is stocked with trout. The large picture windows on the rear of the house, allow picturesque views of the wooded areas. This lot is one of the largest lots in Carversville, stretching behind the two homes neighboring this house. There are 3 levels of living areas, complete with beautiful original hardwood floors, original hardware and doors.The living and dining room on the main floor, have wide planked floors, and a fireplace. There is a room in the back of the house which can be used as an office or bedroom. The master suite is on the upper floor. It is large and roomy with built in closets, reclaimed beam ceilings, and a travertine shower. An additional sitting room completes the suite. The lower level encompasses the kitchen and eating area. A fireplace and bible bookshelf from the 1800's lends to the charm of the room. An updated half bathroom is present on this level. Access to the patio from the kitchen will provide hours of entertaining. The walls of the patio have recently been upgraded and reinforced. Off the patio is another small room that can be used as a guest suite or office. The room is accessed through a private entrance, and also provides breathtaking views of the woods and creek.Plans for expansion to the house according to H.A.R.B. and historical standards of Carversville have been obtained with an approval 2 years in the making. They will be available for viewing. This home is the perfect country home, but is also able to be used as a commercial property due to it's zoning of village commercial. Walking distance to the Carversville Inn, and Max Hansen's Catering make this home the perfect getaway, or residence.