This home is a work of art with a reverence for all that is good about an antique home! Built in 1975 by master wood sculpture and craftsman, Armand LaMontagne, the details found in this home are reminiscent of bygone homes: almost totally built by hand, with hand-planed wood paneling, hand-chinked beams, hand-split shakes and hand-made stone walls. Nestled back on 3.47 acres in a very private stonewall-lined setting, this almost 2200 SF home boasts a new kitchen, featuring Thermador, Sub Zero and Bosch but best of all are the hand-made furniture-like cabinets and black honed marble countertops. Large in size fitting a dining table and open to the ‘keeping room’ fireplace in the family room. There is one bedroom and full bath on the 1st floor and 2 bedrooms and full bath up. Three fireplaces in all and a lovely screened porch accessed by French doors from off the kitchen. Detached garage, professional landscaping, this home is not missing a beat!