Traditional New England design converges with contemporary elegance in this authentically maintained late 18th century Georgian Colonial. Classically proportioned and trimmed with timeless details, this sprawling residence is beautifully perched on over 4 scenic acres overlooking Vaughan Woods Memorial State Park and Hamilton house. Located 10 mins to Portsmouth, NH and only 1 hr to Boston, the original splendidly revived 4-over-4 colonial is complete with double staircases, hand-carved moldings and multiple fireplaces including a fully functional cooking hearth. An attached 50 X 35 barn has been transformed and expanded to create additional living space including a sun-drenched, tiled 4-season great room with wall-to-wall built-ins, architectural windows and French doors that lead to an expansive deck, hillside terrace gardens and an in-ground pool gracing private, level grounds. The homestead of Captain Ichabod Goodwin (1700-1778) and his son, General Ichabod Goodwin began a succession of tenure at the residence that lasted over 200 years as highlighted in the recently released account entitled “Imagining Ichabod” – a benevolent journey into the rich local and national history of 18th century America. This extraordinary residence is conveniently located within close proximity to the quaint restaurants and shops of South Berwick Village and BerwickAcademy while offering easy access to all major routes.