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Easton, Connecticut

$799,000 / Early American Colonial
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Gayle Worthington William Raveis Real Estate
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY MAY 19 1:00-3:00. Rev. James Johnson House was originally built in 1760 for the first minister of The Congregational Church of Easton. It has stayed in the same family for over 7 generations. This charming 2-story New England farmhouse is a well-preserved example of the type of structure erected in Easton in the late 1700s. This historic home features original architectural details, hardware, mantels & wide plank floors of pumpkin pine and walnut. Over the years the original farmhouse has been updated, added on to & expanded to meet the needs of today's lifestyle. These modern features include an airy open-concept eat-in kitchen with laundry area, 2 oversized walk-in closets, a 3-car-garage, a one-bedroom in-law apt over the garage, AC & gas heat. This unique property features a gazebo, stone walls, art studio (with electricity and plumbing in the wall), cobbler's shop, threshing room, potting shed & carriage shed. All this, plus a central location in walking distance to 10+ acre walking park, the senior center, library & arts center. Rare opportunity to own this piece of history and customize it to meet your needs & those of generations to come! Water in street.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1760

Setting: Suburban

Beds: 3

Baths: 3

Condition: Good

Land Area: 2.20

Special Features

Fireplace

Garages

Outbuilding

Workshop

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