Captain Foster’s Homestead was built in the late 1700 and has been maintained with a commitment to the original architecture. The period details have not been compromised. Some of the lasting features include wide pine flooring, a kitchen with walk-in pantry, numerous fireplaces, and two separate parlors.
The rolling lawns are complete with stone walls, landscaped trees, and plantings, and lead out to two other buildings on the property. One is a the Heritage Barn, the other a three-bay carriage house with with an attached studio apartment and office space below.
The property has recently received a small grant from Corpwell.org, a Not-For-Profit specializing in repurposing historic home while simultaneously bringing them back to represent it’s original aspect.