Built in 1774 for Nathaniel Taylor, this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is rich in character. From the wide plank floors, to the 5 fireplaces, you can imagine Taylor having discussions with prominent Revolutionary figures right in the spacious dining room. The home retains many original features and charm. Enter into the kitchen through a mudroom pantry area. The spacious kitchen looks out into a garden sanctuary with a massive old growth tree that provides a protective canopy. The dining room has plenty of room to hold large gatherings and parties. At the end of the day, light a fire and read a book in the library or lounge in the comfortable living room. The main floor also has a bedroom, full bath and powder room. Upstairs the Primary Suite includes a full bath and dressing room with built-ins. There are 2 additional bedrooms with full bath plus a walk-up attic. There are two staircases, full basement and garage. There is a 1764 sq. ft. accessory building at the back of the property. Built in 1992, it consists of two, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath apartments. The accessory building is currently occupied and has a life estate deed.