We are thrilled to be offering the professionally and tastefully restored ''Jacob Smith Home'' c. 1830 in Historic Bath. This was also the site where Owens ''History of Bath'' was written. The carpenters brought their sharpest tools to repair and enhance this home. From the stone foundation to the architect grade roofing, no expense was spared to bring this structure back and up to today's quality standards. The exterior was meticulously upgraded. Old vinyl siding was removed and some new wood clapboards were added. Energy efficient windows and exterior doors were installed to replace drafty openings of years gone by. A ''new'' carriage barn was sited for today's needs. This quaint structure mirrors the main houses character and tucks nicely into the site. The connecting, ground level patio of inlaid pavers, invites the seasonal cook outs and comfortable visits while keeping in mind low maintenance and convenience. This fenced area affords privacy and aesthetic appeal. The formal front entry porch was rebuilt with the highest quality materials. This South facing amenity with its custom stone retaining wall and stone steps, invites a guest to enjoy the natural light that floods this area. Landscaping was meticulously installed by Jorgensen Landscaping of Arrowsic, ME Once inside, this home boasts a custom kitchen with a once used antique fireplace and custom cabinetry by Tidewater Millworks of Days Ferry. The interior restoration includes plaster repairs, mill work, flooring, and rewired antique lights. The hot water heating system is efficient with refurbished and new radiators and a heat pump hot water heater. The primary bedroom suite includes a new tiled bath. The 2nd floor offers 2 additional bedrooms and full bath. A laundry area is also conveniently in place. Located a short half mile walk to downtown, The Patten Free Library, waterfront park and restaurants. This prestigious property can boast, ''Charm of the Old, Comfort of the New''