Welcome to the Isaac Peace Rodman House…a stately and substantial example of 1855 Italianate architecture and set on 4.37 acres in Wakefield. Light, bright and airy inside, this gracious home has been meticulously updated through the years yet retains original details including 11’ ceilings, hardwood floors, large rippled glass windows, claw foot tubs, built-in cabinetry, exposed brick, working fireplaces, covered front porch, and cupola. From a full-width covered porch, guests are welcomed into a tall central foyer flanked by a living room and informal sitting room; each with a fireplace. A “cook’s kitchen” with a six-burner Thermador gas cooktop, Sub-Zero fridge and butler’s pantry, a formal dining room, and an office/library with half bath complete the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms, a shared bath, and a master suite. Additional bedrooms and a bath are located on the 3rd floor. A one bedroom “in-law” apartment at the rear of the house provides privacy for guests. Once the home of Isaac Peace Rodman, a Civil War general in the Union Army and president of the Peace Dale Manufacturing Company, this important structure of solid cut granite is on the National Historic Register.