As the expression goes "For the carriage trade." This home is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home is a Carpenter Gothic which rises almost 3 stories and has all the hallmarks of a Andrew Jackson Downing influence. This home is suited for a large family. It retains almost all of its formal former details, high acute angled dormers and gables, garnished with verge boards and open covered porches. The front entrance with portico leads to a formal center hall layout. It has a formal parlor with fireplace and a bay window, separate Living Room and Dining Room with original built-in corner cupboards. There is a library off the Dining Room; the Kitchen has built-in cupboards, a larder with floor to ceiling wainscoting off the Kitchen and also separate entrances. Four large Bedrooms and 3 ½ baths complete this home. This is set on a large village lot with carriage house and cupola. It has towering maples and perennial gardens.