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Grand Victorian anchoring Kent's vibrant village
One of the last Grand Victorians anchoring Kent's vibrant village center, this gem has been owned by the same family for over 40 years and is graced by a lovely wrap-around porch and period details throughout. This impressive building was the home of the late Dolph and Audrey Traymon whose family-run landmark Fife n' Drum Restaurant has been serving locals and visitors for almost half-a-century. The main level includes matching front parlor rooms highlighted by soaring ceilings and ornate fireplaces, a majestic formal dining room with fireplace, and a light-filled kitchen with center island that opens to an enclosed back porch. Up a handsome wide staircase, one finds three well-portioned bedrooms toward the front of the home all with gracious bay windows. An additional main level bedroom as well as two upper level bedrooms have been used as part of Fife n' Drum Inn.