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c. 1920 Farmhouse

Quintessential Connecticut Antique

Front
Front
Nestled into the hillside and overlooking a large tranquil pond, this 19th century barn was converted to a 3-story dwelling in the late 1920s. The original stone foundation, antique pumpkin-pine and walnut walls, multiple fireplaces and chestnut beams add to the ambiance of this warm and inviting home. Antique barn siding kitchen cabinets reportedly came from Louisa May Alcott's barn in Massachusetts. Wide-board antique flooring and walls are finished in a combination of horsehair plaster and feathered-edge antique paneling.There is a one-car garage with heated recreation room/office above and a two-car garage with additional floor space and storage.
Kitchen
Kitchen
Living Room with fireplace
Living Room with fireplace
Master Bedroom with fireplace
Master Bedroom with fireplace

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Archived in June, 2012

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