The Zaccheus Cooper Homestead, an example of the Greek Revival-style, circa 1850, is now available for the first time in nearly 60 years. This antique farmhouse has only had three homeowners in its lifetime. The house is bordered by ancient stone walls and sits centered in a grassy plain. Outbuildings including an outhouse, root cellar and studio shed complete the property. The house holds four bedrooms, two fireplaces and one and one half baths and is heated by three Rinnai propane monitors. Distant water views are seen from the upstairs bedrooms and bathrooms.
Root cellar, outhouse and shed
Deck, Beach Access - Public, Water Views
NO SHOWINGS UNTIL MONDAY, 8/17
Lighthouse Road to red sign #73, take dirt driveway, stay right, to #71.