Rare Dwelling of First Period Living
Capt. Ebenezer Fiske Home
Originally sited in Southington,CT.Was re-sited at its current location 1979/1980.
Pristine historic 1740 Saltbox sited on 6+acres surrounded by state forest for ultimate privacy.No detail is overlooked.
Post & beam framed home is constructed from rare CT oak/chestnut timber.
Parlor 19x15sf/8'6" ceiling
Home was completely dismatled and has been meticulously restored.Original fireplace w/beehive oven in this room and kitche.
2nd parlor/could also be dining room
All doors, iron hardware, wide board floors, room ends, panel walls are original.
Kitchen 12x25 sf w/9' ceiling
Hand planed slant back cabinetry, maple counter tops, VT soapstone sink, Elmira 6 burner gas/electric stove.
All 12 over 12 windows in house were made to meet historical standards by local CT craftsmen.
Original fireplace with beehive oven
Estate is made up of fieldstone walls, natural flower gardens, native pine & hardwood trees with lots of mountain laurel.
Road into estate
A quarter mile long, maintained gravel road leads you to this very private gated homestead of six plus acres.
It's Magical Privacy
Heated Sq. Ft.
1st Floor Bath
Walk out Basement
2 Car Garage
Underground Utilities,28x28 Saltbox Garage w/full walkup 2nd flr storage area,Magnetite storm windows, totally insulated,Security System, Whole House Surge Protection, 3rd Floor attic with storage & bonus room,Newer oil/wood furnace
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