Vintage 3 Bedroom Greek Revival. Guesthouse. Studio. Pool. Former Tobacco Barn/Stable. 2-Story Garage. 5.14± Acres.
Guest house kitchen
Pool & Gardens
Pool & Studio
Pool & Patio
Originally known as the Hatch Homestead, this lovely 1849 Greek Revival farmhouse includes a charming rebuilt one bedroom guesthouse, gunite pool, small barn/studio, separate garage, gorgeous gardens and landscaping, historic tobacco barn (now a stable) and open fields with fencing. The property consists of 5.14± level acres contiguous to nature conservancy land.
The farmhouse was built in the mid-19th century on the foundation of the original 1767 house and was occupied by members of the Hatch family for generations. The original layout evolves into a more open floor plan toward the back, which includes the kitchen, a sitting room with fireplace and a sunny family room filled with bookcases – all opening onto a large deck. Two guest bedrooms and bath and the master bedroom suite occupy the upper level, along with a sitting room also with bookcases.
The barns and guesthouse are clustered around a very inviting and gracious pool and garden area to the rear of the house. The quiet little town of Bridgewater is ideally located a short distance from excellent shopping, restaurants and access to highways.