Simple, utilitarian, and historic. In 1890 E.C. West bought a farm in Jefferson County, moved from Nova Scotia and built his home. His home remains today, on a mini version of the original farm. The main house has been updated over time; the guest house (614SF) updated as well. The 1.6 fenced acres includes a 2-car detached garage, shop with two 200 amp electrical panels, barn, corrals, hay storage and a large, raised bed(s) garden area. All new underground water service lines to the main and guest homes, and the barn area. Large trees shade the private grounds. SR-1 zoning in this unincorporated location permits a wide variety of animals including horses, goats, poultry and more. No covenants, no HOA. Guest house rented at $1850/month - great investment property or use as mortgage payment offset! Well located, handy to all you need. An opportunity to carry on a historic piece of the Ralston Valley legacy.