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Tucked into the bend of a meandering creek and pine forest, Pine Creek balances bucolic country living with the connectivity of a quiet yet thriving Main Street. Set back but visible from the road, you'll be greeted by the bright red doors of this charming Cape Cod style home. A mother/daughter layout provides for privacy between the downstairs and upstairs living spaces, or simply leave open as a single family residence. Enter the front door into a large, sunlit parlor. The main hallway through the first floor opens up into a full kitchen and dining area, home to the tastefully recessed washer/dryer closet, range, fridge and dishwasher. The signature room of the house is the breezy living room with exposed brick fireplace and views to the forests beyond. The first floor offers two generously sized bedrooms, along with a small bedroom that may be better purposed as an office space, and shares one full bathroom. An interior locking door leads to a separate private entrance to the upstairs. Here you'll find a additional full kitchen with stovetop/oven and fridge. The large open plan living space overlooking the creek extends on one end to a small bedroom with built-in shelving and a large walk-in closet, and then on the other end to a short hallway with a shared full bathroom and gabled bedroom. Many updates have been made to the house, including a new roof, new boiler, new oil tank and a new hot water tank. The exterior and interior have new paint jobs. The kitchens have been updated with new countertops and sinks. The wood floors have been refinished, and all carpeting is new. The bathrooms have been updated with new cabinets and toilets. The entire house boasts of whitewashed sunlit rooms. Double-paned windows throughout support efficient winter heating. The basement is dry and tidy with Bilco doors leading outside to the garden shed and grounds beyond. The listing includes two lots - a land lot hugging the road is 1.2 acres, and the house lot of 2.9 acres is immediately adjacent and extends back into the forest.