Dated to "1748" this historic farmhouse is filled with charm and warmth nestled on 44.6 acres of open and rolling pastures. This 5 br, 2.1 ba home has many historic features that tells a story from its time. Very light and cheery rooms, 3 fireplaces, living room with access to a cozy covered porch, large dining room, eat-in-country kitchen, first floor powder room, first floor bedroom with full bath. The second floor has the master bedroom w/fp and attached unfinished room with pluming for master bath, 2nd & 3rd br's have adjoining door, and the 4th all with wide plank flooring. There is also a hall staircase that accesses the walk-up attic with flooring for ample storage. Manor stone, high ceilings, wood beam ceilings, wide plank floors, some original doors with original hardware, deep window sills, back stair case from laundry room, and one of my favorites, the once summer kitchen converted into a rustic great room with fp. Take a peek at the downstairs laundry room that displays remnants of the original walk-in fp behind closed doors used in its day for cooking - now used for storage. Since this property is zoned LIC1 there are endless opportunities to consider. Residential living, farming, specialty green nursery, commercial business and light industrial business. There is additional ground consisting of 39.1 acres on the opposite corner of Gravel & Stauffer that could be purchased for $650,000 for a home to be built (including pond)with breathtaking views....or purchase all 82.83 acres with farmhouse and all structures for $1,625,000. Buyers will have access to public water and on-site sewer system.