This masterpiece restoration of a 1665 Pilgrim era saltbox garrison style home, along with its ancillary structures, artfully blends pristine historic architecture with modern conveniences making this a uniquely livable and comfortable residence. This homestead consists of the main home, a colonial era ell leading to the carriage house, a magnificent barn, water tower, corn crib, and a late 1700's one room school house. All were brought here and were re-constructed board by board by renowned local craftsmen on a magnificent 12.4 acre parcel of land with fields, pond, and panoramic mountain views. Period details include original wide pine floors, oak framing, raised paneling, plaster walls, original hardware, five fireplaces, Indian shutters, gunstock corners, and barricade doors all complemented by central air, in-floor heat, modern plumbing, and even whole house surround sound! Completed in 2010, this home has never been lived in and awaits a special buyer looking for a one of a kind opportunity.