The history of Front Street with modern class. The entry welcomes you inside and the living room with a marble fireplace projects elegance. The formal dining room is large enough for the whole family. The spacious kitchen has all the counter space you could even need. There is a bonus room off the kitchen that could be an office, den, or additional TV room. There is a sitting area at the top of the steps and three large bedrooms. The master bath will not disappoint with it’s elegant tile and separate stand up show and tub. The third bedroom has another bonus room that could be used as a dressing room or converted to fit your needs. There are two full bathrooms up stairs. The attic is cavernous and could be finished into a playroom, mancave, or another living room. The courtyard almost feels secluded as there is a wall between the yard and the road. The two car detached garage is rare for Historic Front Street. The home was originally built as a bank in 1811 and was in operation for 60 years before being converted to a house. The home features pocket doors, leaded glass windows, French doors, original hard wood flooring throughout, a stone patio, and a wrought iron gate in the rear yard. Historic zoning has more options than standard residential zoning and the home could be used for business purposes. You don’t want to miss this historic beauty.