OPEN HOUSE: SUN JUNE 26, 12-5 More than "Just a Little Bit of History" and built prior to 1800, this all-stone building was known as the "Golden Eagle Hotel" or "Kunkles' Tavern" in the early-mid 19th Century. Additions and renovations in the mid-late 19th century - the Victorian Era - made the home more comfortable, and late 20th century improvements have made the home comfortable by today's standards, integrating the charm of the old with the needs of the present. The "Master Bedroom Bath", for example, is the finished 2nd floor over what was probably the original tavern room addition, and includes a full bath, 10' of closets, and the 2nd floor laundry area. The curved stairway next to the walk-in tavern fireplace on the first floor provides "hidden access" to the suite from below. The pictures attached speak well for themselves, but only scratch the surface of the features and charm of the home. As expected, there are woods and a pond for the blackbirds that share the property.
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