The Jeremiah Page homestead, circa 1754, is brimming with history and offers extraordinary living space for today's lifestyles. (Jeremiah was a signer at the first Constitutional convention and the brother of Dunbarton's Molly Stark.) Twin chimney style homes, with lovely long center halls, provide the most gracious floorplans of all Colonial homes and this is a fine example. Enter the side-lighted front door to two formal rooms flanking the front hallway; one a living room and the other a library with an inviting wood burning fireplace. Beyond the library is a formal dining rm with its original cupboard to display favorite china. Completing the first floor of the front section is a fourth room, now a less formal living room, potentially a first floor bedroom, and an adjacent 3/4 bath. There are four pretty bedrms and two baths upstairs, plus entry into the 2nd floor of the attached ell. From the side yard, a screen porch entrance leads you into the ell which houses a laundry rm, a workshop and ample closet space. Next the kitchen, reminiscent of old "keeping rooms" has an updated spacious U-shaped work area with attractive granite counters and an original buttery, or pantry. This room's delightful dining area features a fireplace, with a woodstove, and double glass doors which open to a fenced side yard and patio that is perfect for outdoor dining. Luscious perennials enhance the entire 1.2 acres. Other amenities: 2 car garage and new 5 bedrm septic.