The James Noyes House c 1646 is one of only ten intact first period homes in Massachusetts. Enter the gate and you will immediately know you are in a very special home. The features are truly amazing from the summer beams with “lambs’ tongue” detailing to the wide “kings board” floor and wonderful fireplaces, moldings and paneling; the charm and history are unsurpassed. The room proportions are impressive with many rooms over 18×20 feet. The current owners have lovingly maintained and updated with deference to the period; but with an eye to modern livability adding a stunning 19 x 34-foot sunroom with brick floors overlooking the pastoral grounds. With 2 staircases the flow for circulation is very good. Updated in the 1729/1800 and 2020 this is a warm and cozy house with surprisingly high ceilings, it was clearly built by a family of means. The two-car garage with office suite with bath above completes this landmark property.