An extraordinary example of a historic coastal colonial. Built in 1750 with stunning views of Duxbury Marsh and the Powder Point Bridge beyond. A total transformation has brought Her back to Her former glory. Careful craftsmanship has blended the centuries with attention to detail. Modern conveniences have been added while the character and warmth of original features exude. Exquisite wide pine floors and hand hewn beams are focal points of most rooms. Boasting over 5700 sf of versatile floor plan make this home feel warm and inviting. Laid out in such a manner as to make entertaining a pleasure both inside or outside. Multiple outside areas for relaxing from brick patios, composite decking and a private balcony overlooking two in ground pools. A modern three car garage has been added as well as the horse stalls remain. Another unique feature of this majestic home is the ability to have a separate living quarters within its frame work, with separate entrance and second full kitchen.