Part of early American history and truly one of a kind! The Ebeneezer Tracy house circa 1750 is a Colonial originally built in Lisbon Connecticut but meticulously dismantled and rebuilt by the Wallace family mid 20th century on a modern concrete foundation. The Idealic and secluded 6.32 acre property with serene pond views can be used for horses, gardening, hobby farming and has the potential to be subdivided. The 18th century barn was moved from Oxford Connecticut and allows for 3 cars and attached horse stable with two stalls and tack room. Inside this heirloom home you will find craftsmanship that is unmatched today including expansive paneled rooms, original wide plank floors, 5 fireplaces (rebuilt and functional), large keeping room and much more. Very few Antique homes can offer a modern poured concrete foundation but this one is dry and provides an enormous amount of storage. Updates include 3 bathrooms in 2020, cedar shake roof 2015 and RUUD hybrid water heater 2019. And while this unique property and private setting evoke the charming simplicity of yesteryear the central location provides great commuter access. Be the next lucky owner to continue this legacy of love!