This stately home was constructed circa 1850 by the founder of the town, Hiram Capron, for his nephew Walter. Impeccable masonry work, high gables. A grand front veranda and solid oak entrance are all testaments to a bygone era when craftsmanship and architecture were held in high esteem. The foyer with 11' ceilings, highly detailed plaster work and original cherry stair railing sets the tone as you enter this spectacular home.
The previous owners undertook a massive restoration of the home around 2013. All the original pine floors were uncovered and restored, moldings were repaired and replaced, mechanicals were updated, new kitchen and bathrooms were installed and the property was brought back to a state almost better than new!