Circa 1832 Colonial Farmhouse – one of the earliest homesteads in Easton. Believed to have had only four owners over time, the current owners have been in residence for 47 years & affectionately refer to this beloved home as “Top of the Hill” – a local reference to its position on the iconic Sport Hill Rd. A rare opportunity to own a home with an Easton pedigree rich in history. The rambling grounds include mature trees, stone walls, curved drive, 3-bay barn and detached 2-car garage.
Original wood-burning fireplaces, varied width wood floors, 12-over-12 windows, period brass knobs & hardware, Victorian half windows, & handblown glass around the front door, reminiscent of the Revolutionary War era grace the home. Warm and inviting interiors offer flexibility & features that are unexpected like closets in every room and the first floor bedroom wing is an excellent opportunity for an exceptional master or guest suite. The formal living, dining and family rooms all have original working wood-burning fireplaces.
910 Sport Hill Rd is the previous summer residence of the “Original Radio Girl” Vaughn De Leath, who
first recorded “Are You Lonesome Tonight” in 1927, a song made famous by Elvis Presley 33 years later. Prior to that it was a Parsonage for approximately 90 years. On 3 sunny acres in Easton Center close to town amenities, award-winning schools, and is in an easy commuting location makes this home perfect for both the weekender or daily commute to points North or South.