Rare chance to own a historic home in a natural wooded area. This home features a beautiful modern addition to a charming log home built in 1840 by the Bordwine family. The main living area of ​​the house is accessed from a large inviting front terrace. The light-filled living room flows towards the dining room which is lit by a beautiful dragonfly tiffany lamp. The living room and dining room have skylights and vaulted ceilings and open to a dreamy kitchen with beautiful granite countertops, a large center island and hickory kitchen cabinets. The kitchen gives access to the laundry room, a pleasant heated veranda and a relaxing rear terrace for summer barbecues under a banana tree. Explore the landing above the living room. It leads to 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom. Another bedroom is located on the 1st level of the living room. The 1st level also leads to the lovingly restored 2 story log cabin which is a focal point of the home which sits atop a chiseled stone basement. Currently the 1st floor of the cabin is used as the master bedroom with space for comfy chairs in front of the fireplace. The 1st floor leads to a porch swing on the wide cabin porch, which is a perfect place to listen to a chorus of wood frogs in the small pond, view wildlife along Garret Creek, view the 2 acres of woods, and enjoy of respiration -take the diversity of wildflowers. There is a nice space for a vegetable garden and a kennel for a dog. Additional space above the garage could be used as a workshop, studio or storage. The heat pump is about 1 year old and the septic tank was pumped out last year. The emergency generator vehicle with the property.