Masterful, award-winning piece of Westport history reimagined for today’s discerning owner. Built in 1823 by Lewis Partrick, this colonial farmhouse was purposefully restored and expanded, adding an 1850’s barn, now used as workshop and artist’s studio. The gracious home boasts five working fireplaces (most with original mantels), wide plank pumpkin-pine flooring, exposed beams and authentic 19th century details. Chef’s kitchen with Viking range, Subzero refrigerator, porcelain farm sinks and marble countertops. Entertain indoors in front of a blazing fire in the oversized hearth or lead family/friends out to the screened porch and expansive stone patio, during the warmer months. Mudroom seamlessly connects the living space to the oversized barn(garage) and doubles as wet bar and refreshment outpost! Large inn inspired master bedroom with loft, back staircase and wonderful built-in bookcases. Finished attic works as 4th bedroom, home office or separate au pair/in-law accommodations. Wonderful front porch and park like, wooded yard with magnificent stone walls and brook. This is New England at its finest - come see why this property was honored by the Westport Historic District Commission with a prestigious preservation award for 2004.