This center hall chimney Colonial home was originally built in 1682 by John Hall in Bradford, MA as a house of refuge against Indian attacks. The home was moved to it's present location close to the historic village of Glastonbury in 1974. All major restorations have been completed. There are three working fireplaces and an additional flue in the secondary bedroom for a Franklin stove. Original millwork and flooring has been carefully restored throughout the house. Custom craftsmanship reflects the period the house was built. There are several restored diamond paned windows with leaded glass. New electrical, plumbing and cooling system. Bring your vision to complete the restoration to this property. This property also has a barn/garage, smoke house and is home to the Colchester Tavern built in 1705 which was also relocated to the property in the 1970s.