The unexpectedly stylish interior of this tucked-away home, with its fabulous lighting, quirky details and Dorothy Draper-inspired prep kitchen and powder room, will delight you. Keep a sharp eye and you may spot the hidden door, the square nails on a floor joist-turned shelf and the coins from foreign lands that fill holes in the reclaimed wood floor. This home was originally a farmhouse, which is why it is set back from the street. It had been segmented into a two-family, but it has been returned to a single-family home. Although the interior has clearly been updated to suit the current owner, who loves to cook and entertain, you can still see signs of the original floor plan and successive additions that have been done in the 150 years since it was built. It has also been made wheelchair accessible with clever strategies that blend into the home’s décor and architecture. The brick building in front of the house was built to be the farmer’s bridle and saddle shop and is now a mixed-use building.