This circa 1895 Colonial Revival home is set on four acres with fabulous pastoral views. The Joseph Marshall Farm, was at one time part of the Argilla Farm in an area of Ipswich, Massachusetts once referred to as Candlewood.
This grand home comfortably updated, includes an impressive five stall barn with tack room, paddocks, turn-out sheds and near trails system. The property includes an au-pair suite and a four room apartment on the opposite side of the barn. The entrance to this elegant home is graced with a substantial high stone wall, making a front court yard. Once indoors there are large rooms with beautiful trim, high ceilings, and fine finishes. Fabulous light filters through the rooms and and the home has lovely pastoral views of the property and acres of conservation land beyond.
The first floor has several rooms that accommodate different uses, offering choices for sitting, family, library and office spaces. Both the kitchen and living room has access to tiled sun room. The eat-in kitchen also has a separate walk-through pantry. The perfectly scaled ballroom was transformed into a family room with a large fireplace, wet bar and two sets of sliders that lead out to the to a large yard and in-ground pool and a doorway to the au pair suite and barn.
On the second floor, the master suite includes a large dressing room private bathroom and a sleeping porch. There is a winter porch and private office. The laundry room is on the second floor.
Just about 2.4 miles to the Ipswich commuter rail and only 4 miles to Crane Beach.
Contact John & Cindy Farrell for more information and an appointment to see this home. 978-468-4180