Calling all antique home purists to the beautifully maintained and the historically and architecturally significant 18th century Waterman-Winsor House. Located in RI's "Apple Country", it is actually two houses joined together in the late 1700s creating an easy circular flow throughout with its two staircases. The welcoming front hallway leads to a front parlor, living room, dining room, and guest bedroom before coming to the rear gambrel roofed ell with its huge “keeping” room, kitchen w/laundry, half bath, and an entrance to a full height basement with its 10 year-old heating system, complete with 8 zones for energy conservation. The second floor has a spacious primary suite w/full bath and walk-in closet, 2 double bedrooms, sitting room, and 2nd full bath. Meticulously rehabbed under the guidance of restoration architects/preservation craftsmen, many 18th century details remain including the 2 massive chimneys with 8 working fireplaces, pine floors, 12-over-12 windows, beveled gunstock posts/beams, beaded casings, and hardware. Two barns and a former cider mill provide garage spaces, workshops/studio spaces, and a heated office. All buildings have wood cedar-shingled roofs.