Introducing the Elijah Locke House, an aristocratic Colonial built circa 1739 and included on the National Register of Historic Places. The residence was restored and renovated by architect Reed Stewart in 2002 to include a modern carriage house and is set back from the road abutting 72 acres of conservation land. The elegant antique portion home offers 2,400 square feet of living space featuring wide pine plank flooring, 5 fireplaces, built-ins, wainscoting and a first floor bedroom with a modern bathroom that could also be used as an office or den. In total, this home offers over 5,000 square feet of living space with the 2 bedroom carriage house encompassing 2,800 square feet. This newly remodeled additional living space was designed to suit modern tastes while harmonizing with the original charm. The house perfectly blends the best of both worlds – the beauty of classic architecture with the ease of modern convenience.