Built in the early 1800's The Joshua L. Pinney Tavern, with its large rooms and gracious grounds, awaits your restoral for private or commercial use. Suited to a variety of purposes, the building retains most of its outstanding original detail...
Built in the early 1800's The Joshua L. Pinney Tavern, with its large rooms and gracious grounds, awaits your restoral for private or commercial use. Suited to a variety of purposes, the building retains most of its outstanding original detail with 7 fireplaces, very large rooms, featuring high ceilings and hardwood floors, and a significant oil painted mural in the parlor. The freehand painted mural is believed to be the work of an artist whose only other known work resides in the Winterthur Museum. Listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places, this property is an outstanding example of a restoration worthy home.
Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
Radiant Floor Heating
Fuel Type - Oil
Level, Scenic View, Sidewalk, Wooded, City / Town Street, Out Building, Wood Siding, Exterior Description - Bbq, Open
Over 50 Years Old
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