An archway over the front entrance, a deep front porch, the curved extension of the highest gable and the decorative woodwork that frames the mullioned windows, all lend this three-bedroom family home an air of Victorian charm. A covered porch leads through the front door into a large foyer. A den is on the right, adjacent to a two-piece powder room. A coat closet is situated close to the entrance to the great room. Fitted into a bayed-out space near the back of the house, the great room boasts a dramatic vaulted ceiling, as well as a fireplace. Flowing seamlessly from this room is the dining room, occupying its own a bayed-out area, which has access to a covered deck, the perfect spot for year-round barbecuing. The kitchen is separated from the other family rooms only by a raised eating bar and island, ensuring the cook will never feel isolated. The L-shaped counter configuration promises more than adequate work space, and a pantry provides extra storage. A window over the kitchen sink overlooks the back garden. From the kitchen, a doorway leads to a spacious laundry room, with a coat closet located near the entrance to the double garage, where there is enough room for a sizeable workshop. Part of the garage has an extra-high ceiling, ideal for an RV or other over-height vehicle. Up the U-shaped stairway, a vestibule area allows a glimpse of the great room below over a railing. The master suite, overlooking the back garden, features a large walk-in closet. The ensuite, in a bayed-out area, offers a touch of luxury in the form of a shower stall and a soaker tub, plus double basins. The second and third bedrooms share a bathroom, also with double basins. The third bedroom features a window with an extra-deep sill. Exterior finishes include wooden shingles, painted trim, decorative wooden detailing and stone accents. This home measures 45 feet, four inches wide and 57 feet deep, for a total of 2,230 square feet of living space.