You’d be forgiven a jaw dropping moment when first walking through the door of the Butler House. This beautiful historical home first built as a freeman’s Salt Box cabin in 1787, and expanded with timbers discarded after the fires of 1812 (still visible in the house today) has been transformed over the years into the stunning gem of a Bed & Breakfast you see today. Lush sofas upholstered in jeweled red velvet, gleaming wide plank floors, original oak beams and a fire that casts its flickering light on perfect little tableaus of carefully collected treasures- the curated ambiance of this magical space pulls you in and does not let go. Each of the three bedrooms and bathrooms on the main and second floors has its own distinct personality, with custom linens and window coverings, beautiful antiques, and luxuries like chilled water served bedside on silver trays contributing to the charm. In the owners' quarters one floor down collections of crystal inkwells and coffee table books lend an air of sophisticated style to the luxurious,sun filled rooms. And over the garage a studio/loft comes replete with its own fireplace and ensuite bath.But here's the best of all: this spectacular home comes with virtually everything that makes it so special. Just bring your suitcase and invite your family and friends to stay- or- generate some additional income by keeping it as one of the most successful B&Bs in the area. Either way,this will be the purchase of a lifetime.