Calling all antique home purists to the historically and architecturally significant early 18th century Waterman-Winsor House, home of the RI "Apple King", T.K. Winsor, during the early 20th century. Actually two houses joined together during the 1700s, they have been meticulously rehabbed under the guidance of restoration architects and 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, beaded casings, hardware, and more. Enter into the welcoming front hallway with staircase and move through a front parlor, living room, dining room, and guest bedroom before coming to the rear gambrel roofed ell with its huge “keeping” room, small kitchen w/laundry, half bath, and an entrance to a full height basement with 10-year-old heating system. The second floor has a spacious master with full bath and walk-in closet, 2 double bedrooms, a sitting room, a 2nd full bath, and a stairway to attic. Two barns provide room for workshops, cars, and potential studio space. A third barn, a former cider mill, boasts a heated workshop/office. All buildings have cedar shingled roofs.