1851 Historic Colonial
Listed on the CT Historic Register, the home was built 1851 by Milton & John Curtiss who established a successful farm. The remarkably well-preserved farmhouse, together with the intact historic setting of open fields and A+ barns is a truly exceptional property with great investment potential or a country retreat. The barns have been well preserved which add to the property and make them architecturally significant as a Grand Revival style house. The house features a large kitchen with a commercial range and granite counters. Everything is up to date without having destroyed the integrity of this historic property. The outside amenities are superb with a large screened in porch, a patio area overlooking a formal garden and the orchards featuring apples, pears, raspberries and two beautiful chestnut trees providing shade for the backyard. It is situated on 42 acres to explore, great for hiking and cross country skiing. There is a swimmable pond and a gorge with a waterfall. The town beach is 1/4 mile away and has a lifeguard and picnic area. The home has a long standing rental income through with reviews and bookings year round.