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Sold. On 21 acres with a two acre pond! Circa 1816 in Connecticut. $424,900

January 27, 2021

Picturesque property! A two acre pond would be nice to own! This house was built in 1816. It is located on 21 acres in Bantam, Connecticut. This property is under a conservation easement so it cannot be developed. Check out the size of the planks in the hardwood floors! The property has two barns and a hot tub. There is a nice patio area for entertaining. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,713 square feet. $424,900

Contact David Hughes with Century 21 All Points Realty

From the Zillow listing:


This beautiful post and beam farmhouse of 21+ acres includes a 2+/- acre pond.  With a conservation easement this property can be a potential gentleman’s farm which can be used for agriculture purposes ie; farming, crops, produce and animals. This property is predominantly level and is beautifully maintained.  Additionally there are two barns on this property; there is a large (approx. 24’ x 40’) one story barn made with rough cut lumber and post and beam construction. Recently was used for family gatherings and events and is perfect for farm animals. The second barn is a newer two car garage/barn (approx. 24’ x 27’) which is also rough cut lumber with post and beam and piped with hot water. This boasts two 7 foot doors also great for entertaining and outdoor events.  This home has a stone foundation with rare hand crafted cement veneer siding.  The interior features an open space living room, dining room, and kitchen, all of which have wide plank pine flooring.  The main living area opens up to a ground level trex porch with a hot tub. Enjoy summer breezes sitting out on the fully screened in front porch. This well maintained home, with very low energy use is primarily heated with propane, and has electric heat if needed. The third floor is an open loft area providing extra living space which is not reported in the square footage.  The kitchen and baths have been recently updated. This is a very beautiful country farmhouse and property which is priced for the current market.


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