1720 Cape-style Home
There’s so much charm, both classic and current, packed into this one-of-a-kind antique Cape-style home. Built in 1720 and known as the Captain David Field house, the nearly 2000-sq-ft home includes 3 bedrooms and 2.1 baths, plus a cozy studio apartment, with full bath, over the detached 2-car garage . The enclosed foyer/mudroom, with a stone wood fireplace, speaks to the home’s New England appeal. Then step into the sun-drenched living room — a recent addition featuring vaulted ceiling, architectural beams, skylights, gas fireplace, wall of windows, and French doors that open to the bluestone patio — for a dose of modernity. The adjacent family room showcases the hardwood flooring and rustic wood paneling found throughout the house. The adjoining kitchen, brightened by a vaulted ceiling and skylight, features wood countertops and stainless-steel appliances. The main floor also includes a room ideal for a home office, den, or craft room. Next door is the spacious dining room, with a door leading to the huge master bedroom and full bath with tiled walk-in shower. Off the kitchen is the half bath, laundry room, and Dutch door leading to a brick patio covered by a canvas awning. Upstairs are two bedrooms, which share a full bath with tub/shower, and the landing - a snug space for reading or relaxing. The beautifully landscaped back yard is adorned with ornamental trees, assorted plants, shed, and an adorable manmade pond fed by a burbling waterfall. This is truly a gem.