EASTON — At first glance, the gray colonial house at 45 Kellers Farm Road looks like a vintage structure that was built for a family of generations past.
More careful inspection reveals a masterpiece of modern construction containing modern amenities while it gives a nod to earlier times. The reproduction colonial was built by the Tallman Builders in 1986 on the former site of the Holly Rock Farm, land that for many years was owned and farmed by Easton’s notable Keller family. It is one of eight reproduction houses on Kellers Farm Road in the Easton Center neighborhood. “There is not another street like it in Easton,” one of the homeowners said.