Set amidst rolling hills and mature trees, to include a weeping willow, this raised rambler in Middletown is in a picturesque setting. Make your way down the gravel driveway to the parking around back and you soon realize you may never use the front door. Stairs take you past wooden flower beds and to the deck around back. This is the main entry to the home. Enter into an all purpose room with bead board ceilings and plenty of windows. This all purpose room was an addition to the original home, as was the second full bathroom off of it. A hinged, white picket gate separates this room from the kitchen if you like. Kitchen gets plenty of light with a skylight. Enjoy the vintage feel of the farmhouse pulls on the original white cabinets. Butcher block built-in is more of a peninsula than an island and adds more cabinet and counter space. There is even bar seating here next to the dining area. Behind the refrigerator wall in the kitchen is the living room where the front door enters. A window looks into the the family room, another addition to the original home. The family room is accessed by a door to the east of the kitchen. Step down to a large room with a wood burning fireplace and two exterior doors. Perfect for a home office if you don't need additional living space. (This is a great time to mention the home is erved by hard wired, high speed internet by Winchester Wireless) Bedrooms are down the hall beyond the dining area. The second bedroom is the largest. Just like the dining area and living room, this area of the homne has hardwood floors. The full bathroom off the hallway is updated nicely and has a tub/shower combo. Unfinished basement has a built-in work area and is home to the washer dryer. It is a bright space with a painted floor, not at all a creepy basement. Use it for additional living space, workout room or storage. Basement walks out to the former garage. Detached one car garage is very large with plenty of workshop space. There is also an additional outdoor storage with the shed.