A much admired Killingworth farmstead, this antique, center chimney colonial dates back to 1790 and was the home of Chauncy and Jerusha Parmelee. The ten room home features wide board chestnut flooring, three stone fireplaces, boxed-in corner posts, original interior doors with Norfolk latches and, of course, the charm and character of an antique home throughout. The first floor has two formal parlors (the living room and dining room), a center keeping room (family room), a galley kitchen that was recently remodeled by Gedney Kitchens, a breakfast room, full bath and a sunken den with wood stove and cathedral ceiling. The second floor has three bedrooms and a sewing room, a full bath and laundry room. The outbuildings include a barn used as a two car garage, an additional 26x26 post and beam barn of historical significance-perfect for animals or a hobbist, a corn crib and greenhouse/chicken coop/workshop building. The fenced yard has enchanting perennial beds, fruit trees, lawn and pastures. Well maintained and well-loved over the centuries including a new cedar roof (2016), newer furnace (2009), 1250 gallon septic. Close to town center and across the street from the town owned Parmelee Farm with community gardens, hiking trails, summertime concerts and events and home of the Killingworth Historical Society.