OMG !! What can I possibly say about this house. It was built around 1793 by Louis Bolduc, a lead miner, merchant, and planter who was born in Canada. His descendants lived in the house until 1948. It was acquired in 1949 by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America and was restored in 1956-57. It is now a National Historic Landmark and a house museum. Look at the photos, read more about it in the links, then go see it. Nothing in print or on screen can compare with actually walking into the three dimensional space.
Read more about it: Bolduc house website; Waymarking; HABS drawing. The Historic American Buildings Survey at the American Memory section of the Library of Congress website has lots of photos, including pictures of the interior, search for HABS MO Bolduc.