Tunis Farmhouse is an extraordinary property nestled at the end of a country road in Hanover. This three-bedroom, three-bathroom home achieves the harmonious fusion of an elegant house constructed in 2013, with a lovingly restored 1811 attached house. The fresh construction skillfully uses large, locally harvested timbers to create soaring ceilings and dramatic spans. The restored 1811 wing maintains its original, flexible footprint — wide-open first and second floor spaces with antique touches. Situated on a trail-laced 28-acre parcel with 13-foot-deep pond, perennial gardens and a year-round brook, this private rural property is surrounded by large parcels of land and has access to the Appalachian Trail and two town forests. An historic cemetery and restored early 19th century schoolhouse mark the approach to its substantial road frontage. The home is close to a boat launch on three-mile-long Goose Pond and a horseback riding facility. Features include: a stone fireplace, custom woodwork, deluxe bathrooms, air conditioning in both primary bedrooms, a generator, radiant heat, plentiful natural light, 2-car shed garage, and stone walls. The fully outfitted kitchen has a walk-in pantry, farm sink, 45” AGA dual fuel range, wine refrigerator, an AGA refrigerator/freezer, and Bosch dishwasher. The mudroom has cubbies and a large capacity washer and dryer. A rare combination of serene solitude, historic neighborhood, and contemporary conveniences. Brilliantly executed.