The Joseph Day House is an early 19th century Federal style home that sits across the street from Day's Cove. As a historic home it has the grace, style and charm that is impossible to find in modern homes. From the moment you enter the house through the summer kitchen and see the original built-in cabinets in authentic period colors you will feel the warmth that speaks of home. Step up into the kitchen with its sunny breakfast nook, spacious prep areas, complete with spacious wood countertops and even a wood stove sitting on a marvelous brick hearth. From the kitchen you can walk through the sliding glass doors to a large private brick and stone patio for outdoor cooking and entertaining that is complete with soft lighting for a romantic glow after dark. The dining room is the perfect size for intimate dinners and looks out over the backyard through a large sliding glass door. After dinner move into the living room and entertain guests around the glass front brick fireplace with period large wood panel trim details and mantlepiece. Just off the living room and across the hall is the less formal den with a full wall of bookcases and even a half bath. The second floor has three bedrooms one of which has an ensuite bath. The other two are across the hall and share a separate bath with laundry. Unlike many old homes the Day House has a full poured concrete foundation, updated electrical system and a highly efficient heating system with multiple zones. New sidewalks run all the way into town which is a short walk away. Elegant without being stuffy and practical without being plain this home is the perfect mix of modern comfort and old world charm. A large fenced yard for your furry friends, an attached one car garage with extra storage and a detached garage around back. A lovely and well kept private yard.