Elegant & Historic Park Hill home, nestled well back from the Common on half an acre. The Brown-Reed Homestead was built in 1784. Striking exterior, late Georgian, w/a classic facade, great corner columns, a hipped roof & side chimney's. Broad Center Hallway & handsome stairway. Expanded & updated Keeping Room/Kitchen w/soapstone island, counters, pantry cabinet & new lighting. Post & beams accents, added in '81 by Tedd Benson. Heart of the home, great work area, perfect for entertaining & an opportunity to enjoy the grand FPLCE. Attractive rear mudroom w/raised panel closet doors & shelving. Visual delight awaits you, in the dramatic 3 season sunroom, brick floor, new windows & twin skylights, overlooking the extensive gardens. Elegant LR, believed to be the Towns first library, features rare recessed, arched alcoves w/ornamental keystones. Lovely den off of the LR/Library with a wall of bookcases & cabinets. Dining Room w/built-ins & could be a 1st FLR BDR. Bath w/shower at the end of the hallway. 2nd FLR hallway has a Palladian window. MBDR features the same arched alcoves as the library/LR below. MBDR with lovely walk-in closet & laundry area. Jaccuzzi tub & shower complete the MBDR suite. There are 2 more large BDRS & 3rd 3/4 bath. Ell attic for easy storage. Home has been carefully maintained, extensively landscaped, and proudly owned for over 30 years. AC on 1st FLR. New: water heater, oil tank, furnace & roof. Elegance, history & comfort. Fabulous home.