This charming historic home was once referred to as "Tea Tray" and part of the Cornish Colony history. Many original features still intact. Set back from Route 12A, with views of Mount Ascutney, corn fields and the Connecticut River. Lush, beautiful front lawn, babbling brook along the back of the house. Built in 1886, this three-bedroom, two-bath home has fireplaces and woodstoves, wood flooring and built-in corner cabinets. In addition to this charming main house, there is an apartment attached to the back of the home. And you'll love the barn and shed for all your storage needs.