This historic 1,990 sq. ft. farm house was originally built in 1887 by John McMillin, the founder of Roche Harbor. It is located on ten acres of fields, fruit orchards and flower gardens, with over 2,000 feet of waterfront along beautiful Wescott Bay. The residence is part of the original Bellevue Farm Homestead and has been recently remodeled with 3 bedrooms and 1.75 baths, all of which are centrally located on the second floor. The master bedroom has a king bed, the second bedroom has a queen bed, and there is a two-twin bunk bed in the third bedroom. Both the master and second bedroom provide unobstructed views across the property and the bay. In addition to those sleeping areas, there is also a full-size pullout sofa in the living room.
On the first floor, the residence features a cozy living room with a fireplace, TV, DVD and stereo system, a dining room with seating for 6 people, and a den adjoining the open kitchen with a library and a TV with an Xbox game console. The kitchen is conveniently located between the dining room and back deck, and has a four-burner gas stove along with an island work space. A laundry room with a washer and dryer, and a bathroom with a shower are located adjacent to the kitchen and den. The spacious back deck is the perfect relaxation area with plenty of seating and a large four-burner gas grill.