Peek inside this 1700s farmhouse: It's a blast into the past

This gorgeous cape style home, originally built in 1770, is an incredible farmhouse located in West Brookfield, Massachusetts. This historic New England property has been carefully updated and restored over the years, with careful attention paid to its additions and source materials, in order to create the beautiful country home it is today.
Situated on 3.1 acres of property, this historic farmhouse is surrounded by tranquil and pastoral land that features forests, well-manicured lawns, and even stone walls. So what are you waiting for? Let's take a look at this one-of-a-kind home!
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Wide-plank hardwood floors are featured throughout this beautiful home, and are accented by antique woven rugs and vibrant brick red pops of color.
The open floor plan between the living room and dining room features rustic stone flooring and rough-hewn exposed ceiling beams. This spacious living area also includes a fireplace for those cold New England winters. Thoughtful decor choices, such as a primitive storage hutch and antique dining room table make this an incredibly cozy country space!
The gourmet kitchen in this country home features lots of windows that provide ample light and amazing views! This farmhouse kitchen also includes a space for stools to overlook the home's patio and screened-in porch; what a perfect spot to drink coffee in the morning!
The huge walk-in pantry in this country home is a chef's dream come true! You'll never run out of ingredients for dinner parties or entertaining with a room like this! This room could also be repurposed into a small library for the more literary family, with the pantry shelving serving as quirky and ingenious floor-to-ceiling bookshelves!
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The living spaces in this farmhouse aren't the only rooms with gorgeous exposed beams and careful attention to detail! This bedroom features a four poster bed topped with an antique crocheted curtain that is perfectly reminiscent of the simpler times when this home was built. Can you imagine a better spot to sit back and unwind after a long day? We sure can't!
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The interior used clean lines, classic colors, and natural materials such as wood and stone, while every room has a large window that opens to the landscape.
September 21   ·  
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Constructed in 1815, this farmhouse is located on a 12-acre property that was once a 19th-century dairy farm.
September 20   ·  
This expansive home is a country paradise that seamlessly blends old world craftsmanship with modern comfort.
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