Introducing the Edmund Johnson House, a late 18th century home that's been thoughtfully renovated top to bottom while still retaining its soul. The result is a home that feels authentic, while incorporating modern amenities like spray foam insulation, new plumbing, new electrical, a 50 year composite cedar shake roof, high-efficiency boilers and central a/c. From the moment you enter the property, everything feels just right. The front gate leads you down a brick pathway to greet the home. The entry hall with enlarged door openings connects both the living room and the dining room, providing a generous flow. The sunny kitchen with honed granite countertops and lovely access to the private garden via new French doors. A new half bath that feels like a jewel, rounds-out the first floor. Upstairs are 3-4 generous bedrooms, 2 full baths, and lots of closet space. This singular and storied home is located in the heart of the McIntire Historic District on Federal Street, a neighborhood filled with predominantly late 18th and early 19th century architectural treasures, high walkability, strong sense of community, and easy street parking.