Step back in time with stately colonial

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Essential information

Price: $375,000
Total square feet: 4,152
Total acres: 0.22
Year built: 1850
Listing agent: Audrey & Jared Lanham, Davis R. Chant Realtors-Milford
Office phone: 570-296-7717
Mobile: 570-246-9240

MILFORD — Live in the heart of historic Milford borough and walk to everything.

This 1850 colonial home has all the character you would expect with original woodwork, built-ins, high ceilings and even a butler’s pantry in the eat-in kitchen. It can be a private residence or a bed and breakfast or both and offers more than 4,000 square feet of living space.

Walk in and discover wainscoting and hardwood flooring, a formal dining room, a large living room featuring a brick fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. There are three large bedrooms, including the master bedroom, with its own fireplace and full bath and walk-in closet. Other bedrooms have an attached nursery, office, or den that can be converted into three more bedrooms, for a total of five, using the renovations and restorations the previous owner planned.

The large covered slate porch in the back of the house has majestic columns, and you will have a fenced-in yard with a detached garage and a very special four-seater out-house. The semi-finished attic has wood floors and a skylight. This could be the owner’s quarters if running a B&B, an artist’s studio, or a rental apartment.

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