Sited in GREAT PRIVACY this HANDSOME reproduction saltbox features a stone centered chimney with 3 fireplaces. The family room fireplace is a massive stone construction with an old brick beehive oven and antique crane. The kitchen boasts a vaulted beamed ceiling. Off the back of the home is a fieldstone floored Sunroom. The upper level features 3 bedrooms, 2 are en-suite. Additionally, there is a first floor study. The architect and the builder specialized in restoring 18th century dwellings, built the house in 1994-1995 using craftsmen who worked on and shared a love of colonial structures, creating the ambience of an 18th century saltbox with the conveniences and efficiencies of new construction. Re-cycled materials were widely used: beams from an old barn in Litchfield, weathered barn board siding, chestnut hand rails, old interior doors, etc. Skim coated plaster walls, hand planed wide board old growth wood paneling, handmade reproduction sconces and lighting fixtures throughout. The lower level features an exercise/TV room, in-home office, & full bath. A 2 story Post & Beam barn & potting shed complete this incredible property. 12.97 acres of secludued woods and meadows, abutting the Pickwick’s Preserve, protected by a conservation easement. It in turn, abuts conservation land with hiking trails through five connecting preserves out to MacIntosh Rd almost to Route 156. Over 1,000 acres for outdoor enjoyment! 20 acres are protected south out to Joshuatown Rd.