Historic House Listings

Sold. White Oak Manor, Circa 1909. On seven acres in Connecticut. $469,900

February 24, 2020

White Oak Manor was built in 1909. It is located on seven acres in Southbury, Connecticut. Would love to see what is underneath the carpeting and the paneling! Could definitely use some updating. This is a big house with 11 bedrooms. The home has a large wrap around porch overlooking the expansive lawn. All major systems have been updated. Eleven bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,179 square feet. $499,900 New price: $469,900

Contact Justin Bette: 203-217-5768

From the Zillow listing:


White Oak Manor is a grand old colonial on 7+ acres in one of Southbury’s historic districts. The home is set well back from old Route 6 and the expansive front lawn can be admired from the wrap around porch of this 4200+ sq/ft home on 3 levels. All engineering and tests complete to create two additional interior building lots diversifying the investment appeal of the property. In recent decades the home has been used as a convalescent home and is currently comprised of 11 bedrooms and five full bathrooms. Mechanical upgrades to facilitate the use include a full sprinkler system connected to CT water, generator, and advanced electrical service. Third floor is set up as in-law or staff apartment with kitchenette, laundry, living area and 3 bedrooms. The property would make for an outstanding Inn or Bed & Breakfast but could also be returned to single family use. Domestic water is currently private well. Natural gas available in the street. A rare opportunity!


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