Historic House Listings

Sold. Captain Nathaniel Hayden House, Circa 1760 in Connecticut. $249,900

March 9, 2023

The brick silo is interesting! Curious about the top of the staircase in the kitchen. The Captain Nathaniel Hayden house was built in 1760. It is located on .63 acres in Windsor, Connecticut. The home features hardwood floors, exposed beams and wood ceilings. The house feels a bit too modern for me. There is a detached two car garage and a brick silo on the property. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,284 square feet. $249,900

Contact John Waters with Berkshire Hathaway Nort East Properties

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to quintessential New England in this historic Colonial built by Capt. Nathaniel Hayden in 1760. Located in the Hayden Station neighborhood, you will step back in time in this rare, beautifully maintained, 18th century home whose rich history, timeless character and thoughtful renovations blend together exquisitely. This vintage home exudes all the character and ambiance sought after in a fine antique property. Your living comfort is enhanced by the beautifully remodeled kitchen featuring hand hewn exposed beams, a cornered fireplace, white cabinetry, an Island / Breakfast Bar, tile backsplash, tile flooring and newer stainless steel appliances. Entertain with ease in the 14 x 15 living room featuring a fireplace / wood stove and exposed beams. Relax in the spacious 10.6 x 17 first floor primary bedroom. The upper level bedroom features a cathedral ceiling and walk-in closet. Desirable features include a fully remodeled bathroom, updated mechanicals (natural gas boiler & natural gas on demand tankless hot water heater) mudroom area, first floor laundry and public water and sewers. The expansive custom patio area is perfect for entertaining. An oversized 22 x 24 two car garage offers an upper loft area with great storage space. This unique historic property is nestled on a .63 acre level lot and features a towering majestic brick silo. This convenient location offers easy access to commuter routes, Bradley International Airport, shopping, dining and Windsor Center!



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