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Ansonia, Connecticut

$75,000 / Early American Colonial
This First Period Saltbox at 35 Jewett Street, Ansonia, Connecticut is a 1920 sq. ft. 2 1/2 story home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One of the oldest houses in Ansonia/Derby, it is known as the "Mansfield House," having been owned by Rev. Richard Mansfield who served as Episcopal minister for 72 years. The house has many of its original features (including doors, windows, floorboards, moldings, cabinetry, stone hearth with center beehive oven, 4 additional fireplaces) and was once maintained by the Derby Historical Society. It is a gem for the Preservation community, and sits proudly on a 4,792 sq ft. lot. For additional information visit:

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: Saltbox

Year: 1700

Setting: Suburban

Beds: 2

Baths: 1

Condition: Restorable

Land Area: .11

Special Features


National Register