The Reynolds-Lawton farm has been a part of North Kingstown, RI history for more than 200 years. Situated just west of the village of Wickford, it is now a wonderfully-crafted New England cape on 3.12 acres of farmland with a 24X42 ft barn/garage/workshop. The house was rebuilt by its present owner, a Master carpenter, using an old-world craftsmanship mix with modern energy conservation technology. The floor plan has two bedrooms on the first level with a Great room and a spacious open kitchen. All the cabinetry is hand-made by the owner and constructed of cherry, maple and black walnut. Hardwood floors lie throughout the house. The second floor space is unfinished but could easily be finished into two bedrooms and a full bath. A four- bedroom septic system is already in place. Outside the back door is a large deck overlooking three acres of Yankee stone walls and fields of hay, golden in Autumn, a perfect location to enjoy gazing upon your horses or gardens or relaxing with cool summer breezes. The property is a short distance from Wickford, a quintessential New England sailing village. Walking along Main Street is a stroll through a Rockwell painting. Other area features are Narragansett Bay, Rome Point Wild life Refuge, Gilbert Stewart’s birth place and an Amtrak rail service.