This 1956 mid-century colonial modern style home house was designed by Portsmouth architect Earl C. Hayes Jr. who also designed the Jackson High School “new addition” during the Atomic Plant expansion. Constructed in 1956, the home features a beautiful entry hall with leaded glass windows and an open stairway. All rooms have nine foot ceilings. Off the hallway is a wood-paneled office with built-in bookshelves and cabinets, a large formal living room, family room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen updated with granite counter tops, custom cabinets and a commercial oven and Viking hood, a large utility room with ample storage and cabinets as well as a half bath. The second floor consists of a large master bedroom with generous his/her closets with built-ins, a master bath, guest bedroom, two additional spacious bedrooms. The home’s exterior is low-maintenance with shingle-style vinyl siding accented with black shutters, window moldings and dental molding installed in 2007.