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$ 580,000

c. 1747 Colonial

248 Newtown Turnpike
Redding , Connecticut

The Bartram Homestead

PRICE NEGOTIABLE - Very special ANTIQUE offering. Former home of poete Sarah Litsey Ford / Originally the Bartram homestead most architectural details remain intact including chestnut floors throughout, some original etched window panes, granite stone steps, raised panel mantles and unique three cross door. Oversized Keeping Room stone Fireplace in Living Room w/beehive oven. Original Borning Room is now charming updated kitchen. 3 additional Fireplaces including Master Bedroom. Lovely updated Bathrooms. Main floor has Library/Family Room and separate Office. 2 Stairways. Spectacular property in a storybook setting w/ stone walls, patios, mature trees and gardens going down to Little River. Two car garage. Main roof needs to eventually be replaced - wood shingles lower roofs redone in 2016 - Peaceful and serene yet easy access to amenities. One hour to NYC. Perfect!

4 Beds2 Full Baths2,500 Sq. Ft.2 Car Garage
Acres 1.0
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taxes: $12,684 (7/16-6/17)
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