There was a time when life was slower, friends were closer, and homes were built to stand the test of time. 300 years ago, the Tate family built this home to share all of those important memories. Perched at the top of Sweet Hill Road, this post and beam cape with horsehair plaster walls will not disappoint. Wander through the gardens where aged trees made their homes long ago. The over-sized canning sink with two faucets might just encourage you to can a few items from the garden. If you look close, you might just find the Indian Trip Step - but you`ve got to look for it. When you turn the door handles, you have just touched 300 years of history - they are the originals to the house. And of course there are two staircases upstairs. For the antique lover in all of us, you are invited to visit this home as you step back in time and let your imagination run wild.