Amazing 5 bedroom and 2½ bath historic colonial circa 1742 set on a gorgeous 1.1 acre flexible multi-faceted property with outbuildings, additions in the in later century restoring this home to its origins of Pike Hall adding, new zoned heating and air, and an original log cabin. A porch entry opens to this home featuring rich hardwoods, original moldings, exposed log and brick walls, porches to relax and socialize on, statement stone walls, multiple fireplaces, exposed wood beam ceilings, a living room displaying a floor to ceiling brick hearth fireplace with a wood beam mantle, spacious dining room, and a family room adorned with chair rail trim and a fireplace. Classic country kitchen maintains its historic roots with subtle upgrades featuring a functioning hand pump, storage, custom wood cabinetry, a full appliance package, beaded board ceiling detail, and a breakfast room that opens to a covered patio. Main level owner’s suite boasts beautiful hardwoods, a walk-in closet, access to a lovely screened porch, and a private bath showing a vessel sink, roll shower, and soaking tub. Detached log cabin accommodating extra needs or a possible income producer. Pike Hall has had a varied history, at one time it was a stagecoach stop with breakfast and lodging, as well as care for horses in the February 26, 1801, edition of The Washington Spy, it was advertised as The Sign of the Swan and run by the Ridenour family, and even; some say, a speakeasy during Prohibition.