Steeped in Waterdown history books, this stone dwelling was constructed c. 1859 as a church, was later a Sunday school/manse and later converted to a family home and remained so for the last 40 years. Located in the heart of the prized village core on a prime corner lot this stunning stone structure offers a multitude of possibilities. As a residence, the home boasts over 3100 square feet of living space with deep window sills, wide pine plank flooring, 11’ ceilings, high baseboards, crown moldings and a gorgeous stone fireplace. The entrance foyer is grand with staircase to upper level, note the detail throughout. The floor plan is unique with all principal rooms providing great space. Located off the back kitchen is a bonus workshop with partial basement that could serve many different functions. A second staircase also leads to the upper level and there are more architectural delights found here – 4 very generous bedrooms with sloping roof lines. Tucked in the middle of the upper level is a unique library/sitting area. There are also many possibilities here with Business District zoning. The spacious floor plan with gracious principal rooms could lend itself well to professional offices (buyer to verify use). Additional parking may be available on the east side of the property. The home has been lovingly cared for and restored over the past 40 years with the addition of a steel roof and a gas furnace (2016). The core location offers great access to major arterial highways within minutes. It’s worth the drive to Waterdown! Don’t be TOO LATE®!