Built in the late 1800s by the early United Kingdom settlers, this Gothic Revival home contains an abundance of inspiration found in English Gothic and medieval architecture; such as vergeboarding, lancet windows, and scalloping. This stunning home in the Town of Paris includes its original pine flooring, marble fireplaces, 10 foot ceilings, 12 inch baseboards, bay windows, and wrap-around covered veranda — features unique to historical homes that you would not find elsewhere. Paired with a comfortable, spacious kitchen, dining room, double living room, and a library/sitting room. Upper level has three spacious bedrooms; main bath has soaker tub and separate shower. This home also includes newer, renovated improvements and updates (to keep it up and running beautifully), municipal waterlines, sewers, and shingles (completed August 2016). This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy a private, country-like fairytale, right in Paris. There is a backstory behind this home! Built for a man’s bride-to-be who was supposed to come from England — she never came.