Woodstock Farm is the perfect setting to create your dream life in the country with 121 acres situated on the shore of the Piankatank River. The home was built in 1840 and owned by Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, her son, the last surviving direct descendant of Abraham Lincoln, until the time of his death in 1985.The home is an example of Early Republic Federal style post and beam frame over Flemish bond brick. There are four rooms on each corner of the central hall.The first floor bedroom has a fireplace river view and access to a side covered porch. Formal dining room with fireplace with two window paned doors lead to the parlor.The kitchen wing includes a half bath and pantry, kitchen, den, enclosed porch and a small bedroom. Second story of the main house are four bedrooms all with a fireplace and bath. The third floor has two small finished rooms. Separate from the house is a two story garage. Heat is a Hydronic system fed by a hot water boiler. It has Aquatherm air handlers. The well is in working order except for the need for a new water pump. Roof was replaced in 2002 with composite materials. Home requires major renovations, may be town down ( no Historic Preservation)
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