Charming historic home with brand new rear addition. Owned and professionally decorated by an often published interior designer with lots of antiques. Beautiful yard, with two bricked seating areas and private and fenced in. Rates do not incude a required mid-weekly cleaning. The ground floor of the historic house contains an entrance hall, with fron staircase, a formal living room with a paneled end and fireplace, dining room, and a library with old beams and fireplace, a dining room and middle hall with staircase. A new addition contains a gourmet kitchen open to a family room with a breakfast area, a seating area and an entertainment cabinet made of 18th century wood containing a TV, DVD, and stereo with a large selection of movies. There is a Country Floors tile mural behind the chef's stove. This room also has a paneled end with fireplace mantle decorated with delft tile. There is a tiled entrance hall and powder room on this end of the house and a staircase to the new master suite. The master suite has French toile wallpaper with matching window curtains and bed curtains on the 4-poster antique canopied bed. Ther is a paneled end with fireplace and delft tiles. The dressing room has 3 closets and built in drawers..The original master bedroom in the front of the old part of the house also has an antique canopied 4-poster bed. There are two other bedrooms. One has a pair of twin canopy beds, and the other has 2 antique twins, a day bed and a rollout trundle bed. Ther are 2 dishwashers and 2 refrigerators. One is a large sid-by-side Sub-Zero.. The house is lived in year-round, and is kept up to high standards. It is extremely well-suited for entertaining. The owners often have large dinner parties seating 16-24 people. The large brick terrace and garden also work well for parties.