Creek House is a unique Manor House constructed in the 1800's of brick rather than stone. Situated on 2.6 very private acres, the home affords residents easy access to charming nearby villages via the canal towpath or scenic River Road. Through modern improvements--including central air, radiant heated-floors, and gas fireplaces--ensure visitors' comfort, the home nonetheless maintains its nineteenth-century charm. The eat-in kitchen is flooded by natural light and features a commercial-grade gas stove, farmhouse sink, and built-in shelving perfect for displaying the tomes and tools of an ardent cook. The adjacent dining room epitomizes the generous hospitality of antebellum America. The original wood staircase gracefully ascends from the drawing room to the Manor's second floor, where a generous bedroom and full bath with a claw-foot bathtub await lucky guests. The Master Suite has a private bath, large dressing area, and French doors leading to a petite porch perfect for enjoying morning coffee. Enjoy a nightcap in the cozy library, relax in the sun-lit great room, or bask in the tranquil sounds of nature on the spacious slate patio. The large screened-in porch and lush landscaping inspire relaxation and evoke a place far removed from the problems of everyday life. Steps from Creek House lay several outbuildings, including an artist's shed overlooking a burbling stream, a "barn conversion" that weaves rustic charm into an airy urban loft space, and an inviting guest cottage seemingly pulled from a portrait of the English countryside.