Federal-style home built by the Woolfolks in 1827. Known to be the site of happenings during the Civil War, numerous artifacts have been found on the property. The home itself is stunning, decorated through-out with antique furnishings. The exterior is an all brick, Flemish bond with dog tooth dentals. Porch takes you to double doors with gorgeous center entry with an arch way and moldings leading to the four large main level rooms featuring formal living and dining rooms, sitting room and bedroom, all with wood burning fireplaces, mantles, heart pine flooring and chair railing. The scenery is simply breathtaking truly second to none. Riding trails throughout the grounds, the land is currently farmed, has access to three main roadways, and potential land subdivision.