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Bethel, Connecticut

$569,000 / Georgian Colonial
Mary Ellen Barnett William Pitt Sothebys International Realty
A historic treasure awaits in this quintessential New England town. Squire Nathan Seeley built this home in 1775, during the American Revolution, and lived and worked here with his wife and 14 children. Considered a premier home when built, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath Georgian Colonial remains a showcase today. Wide pine plank flooring shines throughout. Impressive brick fireplaces, exposed beams, cathedral ceilings, built-ins and colonial windows welcome you as you move from room to room. The first floor is ideal for entertaining. An updated gourmet kitchen offers granite countertops, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, prep island, slate flooring and fireplace. The formal dining room is cozy with rich wood accent, fireplace and views of nearby church. The upper hall offers a cedar closet and spacious full bath with dual sinks. Bedrooms offers views, vaulted ceilings, and fireplace. The master has a dressing room/nursery. A finished basement has a large fireplace that once was a summer kitchen complete with bread oven. The home surrounded by perennial and ornamental gardens, mature trees and stone wall terrace. Brick patio meets original brick sidewalk and stone steps placed yesteryear. Train station, library, dining, and post office near. Post card perfection any season. New roof Jan 2021!

Property Details

Style: Georgian Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1775

Setting: Village

Beds: 3

Baths: 2

Condition: Superb

Land Area: 2451

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