Circa 1769 stone and clapboard architecture. welcome home to the magical village of hope! hope was established as a Moravian settlement in 1769, with Peter Worbass as the first manager. this historic building is the site of the Worbass log cabin with the first level being the the original kitchen. the ground walkout level offers a utility/laundry room plus a large bedroom/leisure room. this charming 3-bedroom home is nestled on a quiet street in the heart of the historic Hope village; walk to post office, bank, deli, antique store, elementary school& historic buildings. many original elements of 18th & 19th-century architecture remain including pegged beam & post construction, hand-hewn chestnut beams, wide-plank hardwood floors, original jersey winder stairs, doors, hardware & glazing, and a Moravian stone foundation. covered porches on two levels. with proper approvals, it can be used for commercial use.
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