January 27, 2013
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Michele McDonald for the Boston Globe
This 1781 historic farmhouse looks like a quintessential New England home, but the inside offers renovated accommodations.
The home is known as the “David Lane House,” after a descendant of the town’s founding Colonial family.
The entrance opens into the renovated kitchen with wood flooring, granite countertops, an electric stove and maple cabinets.
The great room offers ample space for a living room, parlor and a dining room with built-in cabinets.
There are two fireplaces in the great room, one featuring a hanging cast-iron pot.
Connected to the great room is the dining room with built-in cabinets.
This bedroom on the first floor opens into an office, which opens into a full bathroom and could be a suite.
Part of an addition, a bonus room off the kitchen has a fireplace and full bathroom. It leads to a two-car garage.
The house has four bedrooms.
An upstairs bedroom has an adjoining bath.
One bedroom also has a walk-in closet.
The largest of the three upstairs bedrooms.
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