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North Branford, Connecticut

$749,000 / Early American Colonial
Frances Manganello Coldwell Banker Realty
Take a walk through history when you enter the "Daffodil House".  Once the Congregational Church Parsonage, this elegant home was built in 1740 and is over 5,200 sq. ft.  Four  bedrooms and 2.5 baths are just the beginning of the various spaces to explore. The kitchen has a wood stove as well as gas oven/range with an adjacent butler's pantry. The spacious living room has a wood stove and a fireplace with built-ins and French doors leading to a sun room. The stately dining room has a set of French doors leading to an expansive, flat yard and another fireplace. The master bedroom has a fireplace and a dressing room that was long ago used as a "Borning Room". There is a light filled unfinished area next to the office with a skylight that would be perfect for an artist studio. Included on the property is a three car barn/garage with loft space above for possible expansion currently used as a workshop. There is also a playhouse/artist studio that was once a pump house. Not to be missed is the beautiful property with its hill of daffodils, arbor, and many delightful plantings. You will love the location steps from the town library and walking trail. Just 2 hours from NYC and Boston.

Property Details

Style: Early American Colonial

House Form: 3-Story

Year: 1740

Setting: Village

Beds: 4

Baths: 2.5

Condition: Good

Land Area: 8.60

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Historic District