Come home to 163 Day Street in Granby. This unique and historic property is set on 10 acres of upland forest featuring 27 species of trees and replete with fruit trees and berry patches. Built in 1780 as a one-room cabin, like many colonial-era homes, then expanded out and up over the centuries and years, 163 Day Street features antique charm balanced by careful additions and upgrades. The property includes a massive 1896-built, 35' x 40' two-floor barn settled onto its original field stone foundation and topped by a 50-year metal roof. Balance: Plaster walls and thermopane windows; a three-season porch and a charming stone patio; a working fireplace with a cooking iron; a wood stove that comfortably heats the entire home; an inviting kitchen that leads to an even more inviting dining room; a custom-extended master bedroom that includes tongue-in-groove wainscoting on the ceiling; radiators for warmth and hot water on demand off the boiler; exposed hand-hewn beams in the main-level laundry room; finally, a charming front and side yard backed by rest of the 10 acres, hiking trails included! In addition, parking for 4 to even 8 cars is available. 163 Day Street many features include several recent upgrades: One-year-old roof, one-year-old boiler and direct hot water system, blown-in insulation, original stone foundation re-pointed, new Roth oil tank. The remodeled kitchen features chestnut counter tops. Words don't do this beauty justice. Schedule an appointment today.
Listing courtesy of Century 21 AllPoints Rlty.