" GUIDE BOARD FARM" established in 1780's by a Pilgrim named John Cornish. Now a recorded (2017) "Village Open Space Development" consisting of three livable buildings and a one acre buildable lot. The original three bedroom home was built in 1787, a two bedroom carriage house was completely remodeled in 2014-15 in addition to a one bedroom reproduction mill house. There are several outbuildings and garden areas. The property has an island pond with gazebo accessed by walking over a bridge. The reproduction one bedroom mill house has a working water wheel along with heat and A/C. The one acre buildable lot, bordered by stone walls, is cleared, and ready to build. A 3.7 acre wooded lot set aside as "Designated Open Space" is great for walking and your peaceful enjoyment. Guide Board Farm abuts the Priscilla Beach Association allowing for paid membership. Both Mill House & Carriage House currently rented. Combined monthly rental approximately $3,500.