Historic estate on 1.5 acres in the heart of Durham offers a quality of life that only the past can provide. In fact, this is historically and architecturally significant as the oldest industrial site in Durham. With Allyn Brook and remains of a mill pond, you can imagine the days when the local farmers brought their grain here to be milled. Now on this picturesque lot, sits two homes. The main house, Timothy Hall House, circa 1704 has undergone significant renovations and additions while maintaining the charm of yesteryear. Wide-plank floors, five heartwarming fireplaces, and a flowing functional layout are just a few of the endearing features. The carriage house on the property offers 1600 sq ft (2 bedrooms) of income-producing living space. A patina of love and care shines from this gentle reminder of the good full life of a long-ago time. You can go back again!