Historic House Listings

Off market. Whoa! Pre-revolutionary war! Those fireplaces are huge! One acre in CT. $225,000

December 5, 2018

Pretty amazing fireplaces! They are huge! The Daniel Andrews house was built in the early 1700’s! The Andrews family were descendants of Timothy Stevens, the first minister of Glastonbury. The planks in the floors in one room are the widest I have seen. New electric, plumbing and furnace. Located on 1.05 acres in South Glastonbury, Connecticut. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,242 square feet. $225,000

From the Zillow listing:


Must See, Pre-Revolutionary “Daniel Andrews” Homestead, built in the early 1700’s, this Center Chimney Colonial was the site of the first Feldspar Quarry in Connecticut. The “Andrews” family were descendants of “Timothy Stevens”, 1st Minister of Glastonbury. A rare opportunity to own a piece of History with Old World Character throughout this Post & Beam home with Panel walls in Parlor, Keeping room and Dining room. Wide Planked Floors, 4 working Fireplaces with original stonework, newer three season porch, first floor Laundry, Kitchen has been updated with new floor and appliances. Newer mechanicals including new Furnace, Electric and Well-Pump. Outside there is over an acre of land with a detached two car garage. Great location, close to Center and nearby Orchards. Property is sold “AS IS”, inspections are for buyers information only.

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