The Caleb Baldwin House is one of Newtown’s most significant historic homes. This beautiful Main Street property served as the town’s Tavern for over half a century. It is identified as a the central gathering place for libation and dining. It is reported that the Tavern served to house Rochambeau during the Revolutionary War. The classic two and a half story federal colonial is listed on National Register of Historic Places. The house and large bank barn are post and beam construction and are in remarkable condition. The home has many original details such as wide plank chestnut floors, 8 fireplaces. It has been tastefully updated with a gorgeous new kitchen, 3 new bathrooms, a new architectural shingle roof, a delightful screened porch and central air. The home and barn are sited on one acre with large private yard and gorgeous views. This is a singular opportunity. Virtual Tours are being suggested from Connecticut Board of Realtors and State of CT. Please respect our Stay Safe, Stay Home program. Serious buyers only at this time. Thank you for your cooperation.