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Durham, Connecticut

$789,000 / Early American Colonial
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Patricia Moreggi Coldewell Banker
Once In A Lifetime Home..."The Thomas Lyman House" is an Example of Colonial Architecture with a Central Hall Floor Plan, Hip Roof, Twelve-Over-Twelve Sash Windows, Magnificent Updated Milled Floors on the First Floor, New Bathrooms, New Sil Plates, New Insulation in the Walk Up Attic, Some New Windows, Some New Milled Doors, New Sliders to the Back Patio, New Central Air (2 Handlers) 2 Oil Tanks, New Furnace, New Wood Shingle Roof and Many Upgrades Made Historically Accurate to This Period Home and Fresh Paint on the Interior. This Home is Set on 13.09 Acres with Three Ponds. This is a Lovely Home with Spacious Rooms, High Ceilings, Plenty of Closets, Full Walk Up Floored Insulated Attic, Full Basement, You Can Move Right in and Still Have Endless Possibilities...Perfect Setting For a Barn, Horses, etc. Lovely Grounds to Take Walks, Hike and Be One With Nature.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1778

Setting: Near Village

Beds: 5

Baths: 3

Condition: Very Good

Land Area: 10.09

Special Features

Fireplace

Pond

Outbuilding

National Register

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