Tony Tank Manor, a Colonial Revival mansion built in stages between 1810 and 1906 from the original portion of the residence built in 1803, is one of the principal architectural landmarks of Salisbury. Sited on a 1.5 acres manicured lot with inviting gardens, the home's exterior features steeply pitched gable roofs, a single-story wraparound porch supported by Tuscan columns, a colossal columned portico and a 2nd floor porch with Palladium style door access. The interior includes a wide transverse entrance hall enhanced with an elaborate staircase, spacious rooms with 10 ft ceilings throughout, 7 fireplaces including one with a Federal mantel that is similar of period mantels dating to the early 19th century, beautifully finished hardwood flooring and exquisite woodwork. The home has been lovingly maintained since 1982 by the current owners who have tastefully renovated the property being ever so respectful of its historic heritage. Improvements include an updated kitchen and family room, updated plumbing and electric throughout, replaced natural gas furnace (2016) and a replaced septic system (2017) approved for 8 full time residents..
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