As we researched, we discovered that Mr. Stephen Clay skillfully crafted this historic home on 45+ acres in the late 1700’s. He married Ann Eaton and had several children. Stephen Clay was a typical New Englander and did many things to support his family.
The homestead later became the “Highland View Inn and Resort” in the 1800’s; a home for orphaned boys in the early 1920’s and later a town doctor’s office from mid 1930’s – 1970’s.
Now with 3 1/2 beautiful acres and surrounded by beautiful gardens, fruit trees, and stone walls, Ed and I have lovingly restored this historic colonial and homestead with all the modern conveniences and comfort.
We have a quaint B&B with 4 guest bedrooms, 4 working fireplaces, and central A/C for summer comfort. We host beautiful outdoor summer weddings, small intimate rehearsal dinners or family re-unions, and afternoon tea parties.
Ed and I love and enjoy our home and invite you to visit us soon.