This 1757 Georgian Colonial is a historic home lover's dream. The owners have kept the historic integrity of the house by maintaining key elements of the home such as the great fireplace with beehive oven in the kitchen, wide plank floors, original beams and so much more. The house has been featured in multiple magazines including Early American Life and a publication called Historic Buildings of Connecticut. The is a grand front entry with stairs leading up to the upstairs bedrooms and home office area. There is an additional back staircase off of the kitchen. The kitchen fireplace has a working coal/wood stove and the living room has a working wood insert. Both supply supplemental winter heat. The center chimney has been lined and newly capped. The kitchen features quartz countertops, and stainless steel refrigerator and dishwasher. There are full sized bathrooms on both the main and second floor. The attic is full sized and offers approximately 1200 SF of storage. The basement is also full sized with a concrete floor. The detached two car garage is oversized offering additional storage.
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