Welcome to Angel House. This early house, circa 1731, is a classic saltbox, with additions over the last two centuries. The rambling floor-plan includes three fireplaces, and a fair amount of original detail including wide plank floors, original plaster, antique doors and hardware. Used as both home and business by a renowned furniture designer, the space is nearly evenly split between finished living areas and a large workshop/showroom space, with wood-stove, which can easily be converted to more first level living area.
There are a host of intimate 18th century rooms, each with their own unique character - including a cage bar between dining room and den. The property includes a large barn built in the 1970s which has been used in conjunction with the business and is adaptable to many uses - ideal for the hobbyist or potential for an owner occupied business. A deck off the rear affording a quiet retreat. Located in an area known as Rice Corner, within easy reach of Sturbridge and Brimfield for the antique lover - and also with easy access to the Massachusetts Turnpike for commuters. If you love early 18th century architecture, this may be the right home and property for you.