Welcome to the Moses Adams House, built circa 1830. This well-appointed Greek Revival transitional house is situated just steps from the Common - one of the prettiest and well preserved in the commonwealth. Situated on South Street a side street lined with great antique homes. The floorplan includes 10 rooms with both formal and informal living spaces. Rooms include living and family rooms, formal dining, a kitchen with peninsula eating area and a convenient laundry and large pantry just off the kitchen. Connected by a side porch to the one bay garage with a generous amount of storage or workshop area. The house also has a walk-up attic for additional storage. Set on a full acre, the yard is level with the rear portion including quiet yard area with mature shade trees and woods at the rear adding additional privacy. Convenient to everything, Grafton offers shopping, train and highway access and exemplifies the New England qualities found in Village living.