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$ 850,000

c. 1810 Federal

Benjamin Keeler Home

The circa 1810 Benjamin Keeler home was joined by the circa 1814 Lewis Nash home in the late 19th century to create one of Ridgefield's few and largest Federal homes as referenced by the Connecticut Historical Commission. Set back nicely from the street on its 3.8 acres with pond and accessed by a gracious circular drive. Highlights are the 29' true Center Hall w/open stairwell, gracious 29' Living and 25' Dining Rms, Den w/fireplace, Kitchen w/delightful eating area and Master Bdrm suite with his & her dressing rooms. The 864 sq.ft. Barn/3-Car Garage has a partially finished loft and stanchions for cows if you have any! The grounds are truly special w/rolling lawn, beds of assorted perennial flowers and flowing pond. Come live history!

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Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 3
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 3,212
Acres 3.8

Features.

  • 29' true Center Hall
  • Barn/3-Car Gar
  • Flowing pond
  • Open stairwell

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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Ridgefield Office

Jack Baldaserini

Phone: 203-244-2243
Mobile: 203-788-4040

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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Ridgefield Office

Jack Baldaserini

Phone: 203-244-2243
Mobile: 203-788-4040

Jack's Coldwell Banker Page

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