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Middle Haddam, Connecticut

$675,000 / Early American Colonial
Kara Pedersen Carl Guild & Associates
Welcome to the Joshua & Sarah Cook house on Knowles Landing in the historic shipbuilding village of Middle Haddam. Built in 1730, this central chimney Colonial period house is perched on the banks of the Connecticut River and has breathtaking views all year round. This treasured home features three bedrooms,three full bathrooms, powder room, detached garage and enclosed sun-filled porch. Original features include wide-plank hardwood floors, hearth with brick beehive oven, 12/12 and 8/12 sash windows, original fireboxes, cathedral ceilings with exposed beams, built-ins and barrel-vaulted ceilings on the third floor. The historic charm and details of the home were preserved during the 2011 remodel while incorporating modern conveniences into three of the homes bathrooms and the Kitchen including soapstone countertops, built-in refrigerator, custom island and original built-in cabinetry, pantry and a breakfast table overlooking the fieldstone patio and CT River. The primary suite features a full bathroom with clawfoot tub, dressing area, spacious bedroom with a fireplace and a view. With only a two-hour commute to New York or Boston, the New England charm of this riverfront village is calling.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 3-Story

Year: 1730

Setting: Village

Beds: 3

Baths: 3.5

Condition: Very Good

Land Area: 1.05

Special Features






Historic District