Step into a home that is both historic and fully modernized. Built in 1825, this renovated farmhouse has wide plank floors, a Chambers stove, and a traditional Rumford fireplace with a cast-iron crane and kettle. The house also features a modern woodstove, new appliances, and a high-efficiency York heating system. Unlike most 19-century farmhouses, the rooms are large and full of light, and the closets are huge! Outside are extensive vegetable, wildflower, & herb gardens. Make raspberry and blackberry jam and preserves from canes planted over 100 years ago.There’s a recent blueberry patch too. Paths lead through 6 acres of woods and fields. Outbuildings include a chicken coop, a historic corn crib, and a large woodshed filled with 5 cords of seasoned firewood that will convey. Look for the several historic millstones, set in place by the original owners who ran a water-powered cider mill nearby on Fall Creek. Set on a quiet lane, a short drive to Ithaca and Cortland. Dryden Schools.