The Levi Pease House, built in 1843 across from the Buck River in Sandisfield, is a historic Greek Revival home with classic red bank barn on 2 acres. Wide plank floors, plaster walls and ceilings, and original door hinges, paneling, and molding. The rear of the house has been updated, creating an open plan layout between the kitchen, dining, and sitting room with new windows, doors, insulation, and flooring. French doors open out to the back, where the open meadow slopes up the hill to apple trees and a clearing. The two upstairs bedrooms have barrel ceilings, a curved plaster detail. The barn has been reroofed and repainted. New propane furnace in 2006. Sandisfield is a rural town with a vibrant Arts Center, Historic Commission, monthly newsletter, and high speed internet.
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