According to the listing, West Barnstable's Rev. Enoch Pratt House, "is a rare and architecturally important Federal period home." No, really. The circa 1807 property is described "in the Massachusetts Cultural Resource Info System as the most substantial federal period house in West Barnstable." In addition to being importantly substantial/substantially important, the four-bedroom, three-bath 207-year-old abode features original trim, three fireplaces with hand-carved mantles, 10' ceilings, and an "exquisite front entry." Asking price for the rather lovely 1.62 acre property is $699,995.