This iconic stone home was built in 1829 with limestone from the Fisk Quarry for Ezra Pike Jr. The current owners completed extensive renovations to the property, including additions to the North and South ends of the residence. The property includes 4.4 acres on Stanhope Hill, extensive flower and vegetable gardens, berry bushes, grape vines, apple, pear, and plum trees. The renovations respect the original features of the home while modernizing it for comfortable year-round living. The North addition includes a large foyer with radiant tile flooring, a laundry room, built-in cabinets, closets, and a 3/4 bath. The living room features a floor-to-ceiling limestone fireplace, with a VT Castings wood stove, cherry stairway and coffered ceiling, and pine floors. Antique French doors lead to a custom-crafted kitchen with original cherry cabinets and open shelving, honed granite countertops and a 6X3 butcher block island. A brilliant sunroom overlooks the gardens and features radiant tile flooring, high ceiling, and a limestone wall that serves as a source of passive heat in cooler months. The lower level features a bedroom, bamboo-laminate floors, a limestone fireplace, and radiant-heated bathroom tile floor in the cherry-trimmed full bath. The top floor features pine flooring, a primary bedroom with a stone fireplace, a huge walk-in closet, 2 other bedrooms and a full bath. A detached 2 car Garage was completed in 2016 and there are 4 outbuildings on the property.