Built in 1794, this Federal style colonial home has had later additions in 1865, 1950 and 1992. The current owners, mindful of the historic pedigree of this lovely home, have maintained its historic integrity while thoughtfully upgrading to satisfy modern sensibilities. Front and back stairways allow for ease of traffic flow, sleeping porch adjacent to the main bedroom affords an extra room for hot summer nights and morning coffee. The 1950 "Tavern Room" addition is perfect for large scale entertaining. Beams rescued from an antique barn, a woodburning fireplace, flooring featuring bricks from old Philadelphia homes, and a fully functioning kitchen - designed to look like the bar at McConkeys Tavern - lend an air of authenticity to this one of a kind room. Kitchen addition features a beamed ceiling and reproduction "Heartland" 6 burner gas stove. Fireplace with gas insert provides care free heating and delightful ambiance. The 1865 addition on the first floor features the "library" with decorative fireplace, crown molding . Formal dining room, in the original portion of the house features original mantle, decorative fireplace and crown molding. Formal living room with non-working fireplace, random width floors. Front entry way features door with typical Federal fanlight. Spacious front hall features random width floors. Second floor features 4 bedrooms and two full baths. Full walk up attic is partially floored, has 3 new dormer windows and could easily be converted into additional living space. Synthetic slate roof to be replaced November 2015, new high efficiency heater, with power venting, new heat exchanger and 3 zoned heating. Tavern Room chimney completely rebuilt and inspected, as well as the second floor fireplace in the bedroom with sleeping porch(main bedroom). Exterior freshly painted. This is an old home with new systems - perfect combination of the best of both worlds.