Known in Wilbraham history as the Twin Chimney House or Randolph-Beebe House, this 1790 colonial has old-fashioned charm, modern conveniences, and tons of space inside and out. The 43' great room, with its beautiful fireplace, opens directly to the family room and 3-season room making an amazing space for entertaining. There's plenty of character throughout with the wide-plank pine floors, beamed ceiling, two staircases, built-ins, and 3 fireplaces. The large yard, wooded trails, stream, and your own sledding hill make the 8.5 acres a child's dream-come-true; and you'll enjoy relaxing on the farmer's porch. The barn has many possibilities. The lower level could be a garage or stable, while the upstairs could be used as a workshop or man-cave. Some of the modern upgrades (APO) include A/C ready propane furnace (2015), new siding with pest-resistant insulation (2015), instant water heater (2015), solar panels for huge electricity bill savings (2016), and a smart home security system.