Step back in time with this historic farmhouse just west of the village of Manchester. This property was a seminary in the late 1870’s and was eventually purchased by the Heimendinger Family who named it Locus Farm. The home has been well-maintained over the decades with a brand new roof put on in 2017 along with new windows and gutters. All the plank wood flooring was recently refinished and brought back to its glory. The home boast six bedrooms and four full bathrooms which includes a mother-in-law suite on the second floor. It also has a large parlor room with access to a three-story widow’s peak. The huge formal dining room with large adjacent Breakfast Room are both located right off the kitchen. All of this sits on over 7 acres. Detached two car garage along with an attached studio will give the new owner lots of options. This would make a wonderful bed-and-breakfast or a great home for a large family, or that couple that dreams of living off the land.