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New Milford, Connecticut

$389,000 / Early American Colonial
Pat Catchpole William Raveis
Located on a quiet country road, this 1769 antique colonial oozes history and sits on 2 beautiful, level acres. As you enter the side door, the huge fireplace, in what was the original tavern room, invites you to sit and stay a while. The living room features a fireplace and an inset room that looks chapel-like. The great room is less formal and much longer, with a fireplace at one end, a wood stove at the other. The large eat-in kitchen includes a wood/coal stove and doors out to your patio. An in-ground pool and surrounding stone patio offer a completely private oasis. Upstairs can be reached by 3 staircases, the front one being elegantly designed to access the front 2 bedrooms. Four bedrooms and a full bath are on the second floor, along with a sitting room/den off 2 of them, and a large storage room at the back. The walk-up attic is easily accessed. Outdoors, numerous barns and sheds dot the property, ready to hold whatever you need to store. The property once had huge dahlia and perennial gardens, as the owner sold flowers in the front from her flower cart. The location is ideal for New Milford and Kent, CT, and the train to New York is a 10 minute drive.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 2-Story

Year: 1769

Setting: Rural

Beds: 4

Baths: 2

Condition: Restorable

Land Area: 2.01

Special Features


IG Pool