A most beautiful & rustic home with all the comforts of modern living! This house was constructed around 1943 by Dan & Ruby Worman, who were granted a homestead by President Truman. In the living room the walls & ceiling are timber from the Old Worman Mill with lovely high open beams. The stone mason fireplace is a focal point with Oak hardwood floors all in main living areas & downstairs bedrooms. The country kitchen has pine cabinets & tile counter tops & there is a laundry room adjacent brightened with sunlight from the windows. The large master bedroom with walk-in closet & a 2nd bedroom also with a walk-in closet are on the main floor. Upstairs there are 2 newly painted & carpeted bedrooms plus a 3/4 bath. Outside the bonus room are gorgeous views off the covered porch which spans the length of the house. New roof, new stone front porch, concrete walkway and newly painted exterior. There is a basement & an oversize 2 car stucco garage. The old workshop, 30x50+/- with wood floors is a carpenter's dream with room to park a tractor, small boat, etc. beneath. The beautiful gentle landscape is located at the end of Worman Road & has a variety of fruit trees. There is even a Giant Sequoia that Ruby Worman planted when she was a young woman. Next to National Forest Service offering many trails to ride horses or ATVs. Make an appointment today to come & see this amazing home!