South Freeport Village offers one of a kind property complemented by restored live-in barn and custom workshop, plus generous English gardens framed by period hardscape that is sheltered by a custom built barn-garage. The 4.4 acre parcel gives the home a sense of scale and privacy that is both unique to The Village and appropriate for the Master Mariner Francis Soule House built in 1856. The residence embraces the majestic elegance of the Greek and Italianate architectural eras. Not to be outdone by the original builder, George W. Randall, who referred to himself as a ôhouse joinerö, the owners thoughtfully and lovingly restored the entire home room by room - adding contemporary and state-of-the-art systems throughout and spared no expense. The restored barn has received the same care and attention as the residence and appropriately connect the property in a way that blends both form and function. Come experience a rare piece of history and dream about how you can continue the legacy.