Historic House Listings

Stagecoach Stop, Tavern and General Store, Circa 1760. Four acres in Connecticut. $195,900

December 10, 2020

Would love to explore this property! This was an old stagecoach stop, tavern, and general store. It was even used as a ballroom. This home was built in 1760! It is located on 4.1 acres in Woodbury, Connecticut. Love how original the interior is! Look at the size of the fireplaces! This property is adjacent to the Weekeepeemee River. The home has 22 original tulip beams. The home has wide plank hardwood floors and exposed beams. The property has a small barn and corral. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,843 square feet. $209,333 New price: $195,900

Contact Jason Johns with Coldwell Banker Realty: 203-702-3765

From the Zillow listing:


Built in 1760 this charming home served as a Coach Stop, Tavern, General Store and later a ballroom back in the revolutionary era. This antique colonial is located on 4.1 acres adjacent to the Weekeepeemee River and welcomes a horse or 2. Original features are preserved including 22 Tulip Beams from 1760. It features 4 bedrooms, 1 of which is on the first floor and 3 fireplaces. It also has a small barn and corral for horses to enjoy. Needs TLC. Brand New water pump, Water Tank, and Water Heater. Take a trip back in time and put your final touches on this charming home and be a part of history. Investors and Developers welcome, serious inquiries only. Sold As-Is, Owner is Motivated.


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