Historic House Listings

Off market. 13 acres in Connecticut! Has a little waterfall. Circa 1850. $279,000

May 17, 2020

Quite a property! Quite a price! This home was built in 1850. It is located on 13 acres in East Haddam, Connecticut. The home was constructed with hand hewn hickory, oak, cherry, hemlock and chestnut, all from the property. Love the landscaping with the stone walls. And how about the little waterfall! Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,506 square feet. $279,000

Contact Jackie Nowell with Coldwell Banker Realty: 860-304-0123

From the Zillow listing:


Step back in the time of the Rugged Individualist! This Homestead has been hewn with hickory, cherry, hemlock, chestnut and oak all from the property. Natural and organic gardens have been cultivated and sewn. Stone walls & rustic patios, walkways, open fields & rugged ledge plus several outbuildings decorate this natural setting. The grounds blossom with irises, lilies, boxwoods & peonies, along with many flowering bushes & trees. The 1850 post and beam farmhouse has an apartment wing that was added on in the late 1960’s. Apartment has a living room with fireplace, kitchen & one bedroom & bath. The main house has many exposed beams & a large fireplace in the living room with classic knotty pine flooring. House sets on 6.5 acres and is being sold with an additional 6.5 acres across the street that fronts on Roaring Brook and abuts Roaring Brook Preserve for a total of 13 acres. There is a large Barn on the vacant lot. Located in quaint Hadlyme – Property being sold As-Is!


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