Own a piece of Atkinson history! Welcome home to the Hiram Pierce House. This home is said to have been built as a dormitory for Atkinson Academy in the early 1800Ã¢Â€Â™s and got its name sake from the son of Captain Attai Pierce. The home is stunning and is unlike any modern cookie cutter home you find today. ItÃ¢Â€Â™s a double walled brick structure, a subtle feature you will notice when seeing how thick the windowsills are. The home still has much of its original charm while incorporating modern convivences like central A/C, forced hot air heating, a modern kitchen, and whole house generator. However, the home also boasts 5 fireplaces and the original wide pine floors throughout. The full bath is on the second floor along with 4 large bedrooms, one of which is currently configured as a home office. The attic space has also been finished and makes for a great bonus room. The first floor has five rooms included the kitchen, dining room, parlor, sitting room, and the sunroom which connects to the huge barn. The sunroom was originally the woodshed back in the 1800Ã¢Â€Â™s and was converted to living space sometime afterwards. The barn is of post and beam construction and is believed to be original to the home, however that is not confirmed. It is currently set up as a 2-car garage but has the room to easily accommodate a third. There is simply not enough room in the listing description to describe all this home has to offer, you need to come see it to truly appreciate it.