Sweet and serene describes this Killingworth farmstead consisting of a beautiful vintage colonial, barns and outbuildings. Originally owned by Chauncey and Jerusha Parmelee (1790), there is an abundance of charm and character in this antique, center chimney colonial. The first floor offers a formal living room with fireplace (currently used as the master bedroom with a dressing area and full bath nearby), dining room with fireplace, center keeping room with an oversized cooking fireplace and beehive oven, galley kitchen recently remodeled by Gedney Kitchen, bright sunny breakfast area, and a cozy sunken den with a wood stove and cathedral ceiling. Upstairs you will find three additional bedrooms, and a bonus room - perfect as a studio, sewing room, office, or playroom, a conveniently located laundry room, and full bath. A walk up attic provides additional storage. The level 2 acre parcel has pasture/garden areas as well as outbuildings; including a beautiful 26x26 post and beam English style barn; another barn with a horse stall, workshop area, space for two cars, and additional storage in the walk up loft area; an early American corn crib used as a workshop; and yet another outbuilding containing a greenhouse, chicken coop and workshop space. Located a short distance from town center and across the street from Parmelee Farm which offers hiking trails, community gardens, a variety of concerts and events, and is also home to the Killingworth Historical Society.