Own a piece of historic American architecture! “The Laurel,” as we are told, was originally built in 1790 as a tavern and served as the last stagecoach stop between Worcester and Keene. This home, situated near Tully Lake & Doane Falls, was built to impress, with its wide pine floors, oversized windows (mostly newer), and 9 fireplaces! It offers modern functionality with its open concept design, along with a fully renovated kitchen equipped with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, 2 dishwashers, and plenty of storage. The roof, furnace, and well are <10 years old, among many other recent improvements that still maintain the character of this unique home. The 3.5 acre partly wooded lot is surrounded by stone walls that define the property lines, paired with a new invisible fence. Other features of The Laurel include spacious rooms, a breakfast nook, 2 car garage with an attached portico, a small deck which lead to gardens, and a detached shed. Come view this breathtaking home!