This listing presents an extremely rare opportunity - an acre on Jarvis Lane. The land was once part of a 6,000 acre land grant by Thomas Jefferson. Beautifully situated on the lot is a fieldstone clapboard two story designed by Stratton Hammon. The approach to the house is a long pebble covered drive that ends in a circle in front of the house. Upon entering the front hall one is greeted by a curving chestnut stairway embellished by lovely carvings. Looking up over the front door one sees a leaded glass transom which includes a small porch light. The generous living room is centered on a fireplace while bookcases cover an adjacent wall. One can enter an enclosed Florida room which offers views of the sweeping back yard. The dining room has access to both the sunroom and living room.