Preservation, restoration, and reproduction are what define 511 Quaker Farms Road. Built in 1720 and expanded in 1805, this home portrays two different centuries as you walk from one section to the other. Upon entering you are greeted by a long, spacious entryway with high ceilings and a blending of wide plank oak & pine floors. Space and intrigue abound in the homes 10 rooms, with curious features such as a secret floorboard safe and chimney base vault. The first level of this historical colonial holds a spacious living room, private office (with adjoining bath), sitting room, dining room, den, breakfast room, and kitchen. All rooms have been fastidiously restored to their original appearance; particularly the kitchen which displays the craftsmanship of Edward Sunderland, renowned period designer. No expense was spared in equipping the cathedral ceilinged kitchen; it has all the home chefs dream appliances, Viking six burner gas range, Asco dishwasher, Thermador sub-zero refrigerator, and Thermador convection oven with warming drawer. The eight fireplaces, five on the first floor and three in the bedrooms above, emphasize the colonial living style from 250 years ago. In keeping with the care shown to the interior, the exterior too has been meticulously tended to with professionally landscaped grounds and the installation of a heated in-ground pool.