Circa 1773 Colonial with 4-6 bedrooms situated on 135 +/- acres, blending fields & woodlands in the towns of Brookfield & Wakefield.First time offered for sale since deeded to the family by then Governor John Wentworth. Once known as the Chamberlain Inn and Bell Tavern, this home played a significant role in both the Town of Brookfield and Strafford/Carroll Counties history. An original mural painted by itinerant artist John Avery graces both floors of the front hallway.Lovingly cared for through the generations by those who lived here, the Colonial's center chimney with multiple fireplaces still has the original bake oven.An additional fireplace is located in the Familyroom. The home offers a mixture of waniscotting, wide pumpkin pine and narrow board floors. A logging road takes you to the back acreage bordering the Branch River while a lovely brook borders the property on the east.Being just minutes from Route 16/Spaulding Turnpike corridor offers an excellent commuter location.