Often referred to as "The Sullivan House" from 1960s owner, James A. Sullivan, this brick Federal home sits on 1.1 acres in the Historic District of Jaffrey Center just doors from the well-known Monadnock Inn. The home was built in 1832 by Jonathan Danforth Gibbs. Jonathan Gibbs was an artisan who made shoes and boots where he worked from his Cobbler's Shop beside the home. Studio??? This home is very pretty and comfortable with large rooms and a welcoming feel. A barn with loft has an attached garden shed for tools and pots. The updated kitchen includes soapstone countertops and butcher block island. The owner uses a housekeeper's bedroom for an office with its own 1/2 bath and closet. There is a comfortable family room/library with brick fireplace, plus a living room that would make an ideal first floor bedroom with full bath. Upstairs are 3 rooms (2 in original brick home) joined by a "Good Morning" staircase and full hall bath. Many fruit trees and blueberry bushes exist on a level yard surrounded by stone walls. Heated enclosed porch. Features include a new furnace and town water & sewer. Make it you own. With town approvals, an in-home business may be allowed.