$45,000 PRICE REDUCTION! This circa 1775 home will take you back to a time when days started before sunrise and ended after sunset, when calluses were more common than a hot bath, and meals were not only homemade, but homegrown. This home was built by the William Fisk family as they took refuge from the British invasion of Portsmouth, around the same time Paul Revere made his midnight ride. Today, what's old is new again! The new kitchen boasts granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The timber-framed family room blends seamlessly with the home's many original features, such as the solid granite hearths, the wide pine plank flooring, and the kettle for hot water in one of four fireplaces. The master bedroom has exposed beams, custom shower and private changing rooms. The field stone steps and the cathedral ceilings and loft in the family room would make Mr. Fisk proud.