That’s a beautiful staircase! The James Dickson house was built in 1880. It is located on .78 acres in East Hampton, Connecticut. The home is within walking distance to the town center, library and local walking trails. The home has stained glass windows, hardwood floors, and 9 foot ceilings. The property has a large barn. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,976 square feet. $267,900
Contact Amanda Steinhandler with Coldwell Banker Realty: 508-561-9581
From the Zillow listing:
Own a piece of history at the c. 1880 James Dickson House! Character abounds in this Victorian Stick Style home that has been freshly updated and consistently well maintained. Experience the convenience of strolling to the historic and charming village center, library, schools and walking trails, while also enjoying a private setting. The entrance of the home features beautiful stained-glass windows and the foyer leads to a living room that opens to the rest of the house, featuring original maple hardwood floors in many of the rooms. The living room features built-ins and leads to the family room, office/playroom and dining room, while the grand 9′ ceilings and central floorplan offer an open feel. The dining room has beadboard paneled walls and newly installed LED lighting. The dining room is adjacent to the farmhouse style kitchen, showcasing butcher block counters, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, a pantry and breakfast bar. A shining feature of the house is a freshly painted screened-in porch, which looks out onto the flat, private fenced-in yard. A curved oak staircase leads upstairs to four ample sized bedrooms and second floor laundry. The master bedroom features an expansive walk-in closet/dressing room. Both full bathrooms were beautifully remodeled in 2019. The spacious barn with oak post and beam construction offers two loft areas, plentiful storage, parking and workshop or studio space options.
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