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Nothing to do but move in to this beautifully maintained circa 1800 cape with all the character and details of the period. The spacious dining room showcases a beautiful fireplace and the walnut cabinets in the kitchen and baths have black walnut highlights and are all original Larry Lane woodworking. Wide plank boards throughout most of the house. The barn is large enough for a work space, storage, and one car. Once in the backyard you will find fruit trees and plenty of space for gardening and recreation. This house has a history and the person who owned it, Captain John Day, owned most of the land in the vicinity. It is from him that Dayville got its name. A copy of the deed that Captain Day signed is framed in the the dining room. Conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants, easy access to 395, and a public park, this home will bring much joy for years to come. You won't be disappointed after viewing this gem.. (More photos are coming.)

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Listed by Linda M Byrne of Century 21 AllPoints Realty

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