A rare find! A circa 1753 gracious,4897 SF,ALL STONE MANOR HOME, ON THE MAIN ROAD FROM WINCHESTER TO MARTINSBURG, Features include; A LARGE IN-GROUND OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL, A SEPARATE GUEST COTTAGE, A BURBLING STREAM ALONG THE PROPERTY LINE OF THE 2.12 ACRE LOT. Features include hardwood floors, crown molding, 6' windows. The living room and dining room have stone fireplaces. AN EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE THIRD FLOOR HAS BEEN CONVERTED INTO A GREAT MASTER SUITE with sitting area. THE 5 BR, 4 BA HOME HAS FULLY MODERN UPGRADES AND HAS BEEN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL MAINTAINED. There is a separate guest house with hardwood floor, kitchenette, full bath and attic bedroom that could be used as an mother-in law office, rental or Commercial possibilities for Air B&B, Tavern, store or more. Very attractive setting bordered by Mill Creek with a large side yard, and mature trees. Well landscaped. MOVE IN READY. This home was originally known as "STEPHENSON'S TAVERN at MILL CREEK. "If the walls could talk"; "throughout the years since it was build, the discussions that have been held over such topics as the death of General George Washington, the War of 1812, the Civil War, Great Depression and more". Stephenson Tavern is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was one of the first places in Berkeley County where public school sessions were held. It is within the historic area designated as Bunker Hill, and we hope the new owners will find a way to share the place with the spirits of the thousands of travelers from previous eras.
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