Enjoy country living in this grand federal period Colonial nestled on 3.27 picturesque acres adorned with stone walls, specimen plantings, flowering perennials, and a scenic man made goldfish pond. Town records indicate that the home was built circa 1789 by Dr. Charles McEwen who was Monroe's first full time physician, having moved up "north" from New Stratford Parish. The enchanting interior is loaded with charm and has many of the original details including wide plank chestnut floors and woodwork, charming built-ins, forged and porcelain hardware, glass door knobs, and post and beam construction. The main level has an elegant dining room and living room; a warm and inviting family room with fireplace and attractive built-in bookshelves; a cozy den with fireplace facade; a bright & airy eat-in-kitchen with Corian countertops, stainless steel appliances, dining area with built-ins, 15 x 14 laundry/mudroom area with custom cabinetry and tile floor with radiant heat, and full bath with WP tub & separate shower stall. The second level had four bedrooms (three with California closets), an office and/or den with skylight, and a neutral full bath. The home also boasts a legal accessory and or in-law apartment with kitchen and full bath for your house guests or rental income.