This fine example of early American architecture is comprised of several building periods and has been exhaustively restored by preservation craftsmen. Care has been taken to integrate modern mechanical systems that do not impede upon the detailed early features of the house. The generous floor plan offers eight comfortable formal and informal gathering spaces, with restored fireplaces in nearly every room. Details include wide plank flooring, raised paneling, chamfered summer beams and gunstock posts, and divided lite windows. The rooms are large and bright. The kitchen and baths have been interpreted to a Victorian era with restored antique fixtures. East and West extensions offer additional storage or other use, including a carriage bay suitable as a modern day garage. Full walk-up attic. Situated on 2.75 acres in Still River, abutting 63 acres of conservation land. Come discover Harvard and this quintessential authentic American architectural gem.