Peek into this 1770 farmhouse and fall in love with its traditional country design

Nestled on a 6.1 acre property in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, this country home is a must-see. From its pastoral, wooded land to the charming farmhouse, this property positively oozes historical character. If you love a house with a story to tell, then look no further than this Georgian/Federal style farmhouse. 
With some parts of the country home dating back to the 1600s, this home has a rich past and promises an even richer future. 
This 4 bedroom and 3 bathroom house spans 3,217 square feet in a part of New England that is just 2 miles away from the starting line of the Boston Marathon.
This formal dining room is spacious and full of light. Perfect for entertaining and hosting large family dinners, the room features some of the gorgeous wide plank floorboards that can be seen throughout the house. 
The living room in this rustic farmhouse features just one of the home's multiple fireplaces, making it the perfect spot to get cozy on a crisp New England night. 
The window paneling that frames the doorway to this historic home provides ample natural light and charm to spare! It's little touches and accents like these that make historic homes so special. 
This great room is the perfect spot for entertaining and hosting parties! With yet another fireplace, this room is full of warmth and light- can't you just picture all the family gatherings this room will see?
A gorgeous farmhouse bedroom is given a country-meets-bohemian style with its use of layered antique rugs in colorful patterns which add surprising texture and depth to the room. Sweet vintage touches, such as antique hardwood chairs, help tie this aesthetic in with the rest of the home's historical character. 
Cool teal greens and turquoise blues make this guest bedroom a calming spot to relax and unwind after a long day. The hardwood four poster bed adds to the classic and effortless style of the room. 
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