Historic House Listings

Sold. Hammond Homestead, Circa 1730! Three acres in CT. $249,000

March 10, 2019

The Hammond Homestead was built in 1730! Located on three acres in Hampton, Connecticut. The Hammond family were the original settlers of Hampton. Bead board walls and original wainscoting. Original twelve over twelve double hung windows. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,079 square feet. $249,000

From the Zillow listing:


The Hammond Homestead on 3 acres in the quintessential New England town of Hampton. The Hammonds were one of the earliest settlers in Hampton and would be pleased with the ongoing restoration efforts. Superior craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident in the hand planed, beaded paneling and wainscoting throughout. Handmade nails, early American lighting handmade in Vermont as well as historically accurate 12-over-12 double hung windows with interior shutters all reflect the attention to detail here – even the pantry has beaded shelving and sports a tin pie safe!

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