Historic House Listings

Could be so cute! Circa 1890 in Connecticut. $360,000

October 8, 2023

This house could be super cute with some TLC! The home was built in 1890. It is located on .46 acres in Wallingford, Connecticut. The home features original hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, crown moulding and original windows. Looks like a nice tree-lined street! Four bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,381 square feet. $360,000

Contact Claire A. Whalen with Coldwell Banker Realty

From the Zillow listing:


This is an intriguing, classic home in a prime South Main Street location. The charm of yesteryear is evident both inside & out . A discerning eye will see its inherent curb appeal as well as its architectural distinction. While there is work to be done to restore it to its full elegance, the footprint is in place for this structurally sound residence to be a spectacular, stunning home in this well desired location. Set on an oversized, flat parcel of land, formal gardens are optimal but with simple landscaping an appealing transformation will be evident. Numerous pleasant surprises await you as you tour this property. Crossing the threshold, you step in to a grand, open entry foyer & are immediately greeted by a wide staircase leading to the 2nd floor balcony, which overlooks a grandiose, formal, front to back living room. The living room boasts a fireplace, stately windows & a wide beamed, cathedral ceiling. Hardwood floors carry throughout. A large kitchen, dining room, study & heated porch complete the 1st floor layout. All rooms, including the bedrooms are spacious & light filled! There is ample storage & closet space, 2 of which are cedar! A finished staircase to the lower level leads to a framed 20×40 area, & beckons you to design this space to suit your individual needs & add square footage to your living area. Don’t miss out on this Wallingford diamond in the rough. You’ll love living on this prestigious street, close to the vibrant downtown area ! Subject to Probate Court approval.



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