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Listed by Dan Noble of Snyder Donegan Real Estate Group

Relax and enjoy the tranquil country setting of this lovely home in one of Barnard's more desirable neighborhoods. Once the summer residence of the Norman Williams family (Woodstock library benefactors) and known as the "Happy House", this home offers the charm of an old farmhouse combined with the comfort of modern amenities. The 5+ bedrooms include a master bedroom with en-suite bath and a first floor bedroom with a full bath around the corner. The first floor also boasts a formal dining room with built-ins, a family room and living room both with wood burning fireplaces and a den/game room. Beautiful hardwood floors and wood beams adorn several of the rooms. The large updated kitchen is open with counter seating and has a breakfast nook with views to the yard. There is a porch off the kitchen that opens onto the stone patio which is surrounded by lush green lawn, mature trees and incredible gardens. The yard leads out to a garden shed, rolling fields and a babbling brook. The property is located at the intersection of Lime Pond, Webster and Broad Brook and is only 9 miles to Woodstock and 5 miles to Silver Lake and the Barnard General Store.

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