Welcome to Paxton and this charming village Colonial situated on Pleasant Street near the heart of the Paxton Village Center. The six rooms are filled with light through divided lite windows. The floorplan offers flexibility with an expanded first level- a large bed room, dining room, a country style eat-in kitchen, full bath and a family living room with fireplace. There are two additional bedrooms upstairs. Mechanicals have been updated and the interior is well appointed and exudes simple country charm. A fenced yard features many garden flower beds and lawn and is bounded at the rear by mature forest. The walkout basement offers good storage, and there is a chicken coop for your feathered friends. Originally built as a carpenters shop and owned by early Paxton housewright Prescott Grosvenor, this home was moved, shortly after the Revolutionary War, to this current location. Notable is the Victorian barge board trim on the gable end and over the front door.