Set on +/-11 acres along a quiet town gravel road is this 1793 historic home, one of the oldest homes in Pawlet. Built for Pvt. Daniel Hulett, who fought in the battle of Saratoga, this center chimney cape was designed for entertaining, with high ceilings, large rooms with wide plank paneling and 3 marble fireplaces (rebuilt central chimney with new liners). Other details include original doors, moldings, and hardware plus a central paneled front door framed by a Federal surround and an intricate denticulated cornice running under the eaves. The house has been partially restored, with much new wiring, new plumbing, septic system, hot water heater, oil tank and electric panel. Also a new tile bathroom and large eat-in kitchen with marble fireplace, cathedral ceilings and small deck - great space! The remainder of the first floor has a formal dining room (or downstairs bedroom) with massive marble fireplace, a spacious living room with marble fireplace and original paneling, a small office/laundry room, and a wing with a studio/workshop space and a spacious mudroom entry. The second floor plumbing is in place with design for two bedrooms and a bath. The location is special, with 11A of open meadow land with a pond site, woodland, a stream, beautiful views from every window, and 80A of protected land across the road (VT Land Trust). Just 3 miles from Pawlet Village- Mettawee School district, school choice 7-12 and fiber optic internet. One of a kind antique gem!