OPEN Sun 8/14 from 1-3PM! Rare opportunity to own local history! The Historic Derry's Tavern was once billed as the last Inn on the way to West Virginia. It is believed that George Washington himself imbibed at the Tavern. The log portion with loft would be excellent for a studio or office and is undated as it predates any records, therefore tax records are incorrect on total square footage. Please check out the floor plan for more accurate total square footage. The current owner has done a phenomenal job of restoring the home. The septic field has been replaced, added central AC and heat, rebuilt the kitchen, updated wiring & plumbing on the upper 2 levels, added a heater to the pool and fenced it, restored the original wide plank upper level tavern bedroom floor, and recently replaced the roof, painted exterior and interior and updated the baths. The gardens have been lovingly developed as a labor of love over time. The stone room (sunroom) overlooks the terraced flower gardens where wildlife abounds. The vegetable gardens are protected by fencing and irrigation is provided. Edible perennials are established to provide strawberries, blueberries, asparagus for years to come. It appears this had been a weekend getaway home for the past several owners until the current owner. Her love of old homes shows with a simplistic approach to restoration and renovation. The original staircase we ask you do not use. Surprisingly, there is plenty of storage in this older home! So much more to say with ample room sizes and secret nuggets tucked away throughout! The cat colony requests to convey. The bank barn is usable for storage, however, caution should be used upon entering the upper section. All wood cut and stacked conveys - approx 2 years worth.
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