Step back in time and enjoy the beauty of the Joseph Holmes-Wrestling Brewster House affectionately referred to as "Woodside", a property that gives new meaning to the phrase "if these walls could talk". Originally owned by Governor William Bradford's adopted grandson, Lt Joseph Holmes, the home was improved upon and sold within the family for over 200 years. It is believed that Governor Bradford himself walked the floors of this home as did Captain Myles Standish and a multitude of public officials, deacons, shipbuilders and the like. In 1925, the house has sold to the first of three families who went to great lengths to maintain and expand upon the property without jeopardizing its pastoral integrity. Currently, there are four structures on 5.77 acres including a well-maintained 3-bedroom home with workshop, detached garage with storage shed, bungalow and cottage conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants and recreation. This unique property is sure to impress!