One Westledge, once called “The Forks, is located in “downtown” West Simsbury. Built around 1777, this original colonial is loaded with charm including mostly original wide-board pine floors, hand hewn beams, three fireplaces, and a beehive oven. Adjacent to the inviting Keeping room is the old Tavern room, still boasting its original door with a pass-through window for traveler’s food and drink. The gable end of the open kitchen and family room has floor to ceiling windows offering fabulous views of Tulmeadow Farm, sweeping meadows, and impressive hills to the west. An artist’s loft overlooks the kitchen. All 10 rooms have been freshly painted. Lower level is unfinished with garage door for tractor or extra car. Gas heat with connector for possible gas stove or fireplace. Multi-level deck, with hot tub, leads to a barn/garage with four bays and a walk-up storage area. Handsome stone wall sets off a professionally landscaped side yard. Town water. New septic system.