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Danbury, Connecticut

$379,000 / Early American Colonial
Paul Valeri Paul Valeri, REALTORS
Reputed to be Danbury's oldest house built on this site in 1690 by the Crofut family, among Danbury's original settlers. Note that most of Danbury was burned during the Revolutionary War by the British. Legend has it Old House was owned by a British loyalist, who provided ample rum to the Brits, fleeing from General Wooster, and his militia. Much loved 57 years by current owners. Incredible warmth & charm expressed in hand hewn chestnut beams & chestnut floors that beckon you home. Open dining area = big family holiday feasting. 3 BRS, 1.5 BTHS, 2 FPLS + wood stove, 2,000 SF livable. As-Is sale with most furnishings (some antique) staying. CREDITS NEGOTIABLE FOR ALL-CASH. Full acre maturely landscaped. Convenient I-84 commute. Danbury Museum has future 1st Right of Refusal. Owned late 1800's thru early 1900's by Admiral Dickens, Spanish American War hero, direct relative of Charles Dickens! Dickens' 1900 added high ceiling + sleeping porch in Master BR of "The Moorings". Listing agent is, also, fiduciary of this estate sale. Tend your gardens 1.5 hours out of Manhattan. Includes large storage shed, and room to add a barn. City sewer in the street. Come home to Old House.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: Cape

Year: 1690

Setting: Suburban

Beds: 3

Baths: 1.5

Condition: Good

Land Area: 1.00

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