Welcome to Horsefeathers, the thoughtfully & lovingly cared for historic saltbox once home to Colonel Aaron Barlow of the American Revolutionary War. Nestled on a picturesque 2 acre knoll, this quintessential New England home is the perfect bucolic retreat with its enchanting gardens, rambling stone walls, salt water pool and terraces. The meticulously maintained 1723 home offers 4 bedrooms, 5 stone fireplaces, original wide board chestnut flooring and antique beams. Horsefeathers features a graciously appointed front to back foyer, an inviting library with built-in bookcases and fireplace, and double doors opening up to a terrace overlooking a fountain, gardens and pool area. The adjacent rooms include the living room, which boasts an impressive walk-in fireplace and beamed ceilings, and the dining room, which includes an original corner cupboard. The the eat-in kitchen, with 2 open-shelved pantries, leads to a sunny breakfast room that opens to a terrace and herb garden, as well as the first floor bedroom with full bath. The second floor of this saltbox includes 3 more bedrooms, two full tastefully modern baths, and large laundry room. Horsefeathers has two impressive unfinished bonus spaces: the lower level with double French door walk outs to a stone walled landing, and a third level attic with exposed beams and ample livable space.