This truly rare and unique home started life in 1764 as the Gage Tavern in Troy, NY. In 1989 it was relocated, restored, enhanced and set amid 15+ acres. The exquisite gardens were designed by renowned landscape architect Ken Smith. Its colonial era features are ever evident in the period moldings, wide board floors, wood beams, eight fireplaces, twelve over twelve double hung windows and Dutch door yet everything has been updated to make this a wonderful Georgian home for the 20th Century. Entertainment options abound in the music room, library, great room or dining room but when the nice weather arrives you can move the party outdoors to the beautiful central garden. Four bedrooms and three and one half bathrooms provide private living space for all. There are formal gardens, a gunite swimming pool, a courtyard garden and orchard to continually provoke and please the eye as well as a two-car barn/garage. A once in a lifetime chance to live in a fine example of our pre-Revolutionary past.