Historic architecture meets modern luxury at this 1822 home built by Peter Raynolds. The fully updated interior and stunning exterior combine to create an exemplary home boasting two large master en-suites, magnificent library, a cool English style pub and two glorious sunrooms, one on each floor. This delightful heritage home, in the Enfield Historic District, offers a noteworthy mix of history with exceptional modern updates. In keeping with its traditional New England style, the exterior of the home is encased in original painted cast tiles with attractive black shutters. Inside, gleaming hardwood floors blanket the homes upper level and replacement double glazed windows have been installed throughout. The heart of this home is surely the remodeled Country kitchen and entertaining is made easy with the large formal dining room and useful butler's pantry. All four full bathrooms have been beautifully updated and four fireplaces grace this gentile home. The original, handsome Federal front door allows you to greet your guests in style. The authentic carriage house with servants quarters is attached. Large, professionally landscaped gardens and lush yard add to this homes delight.