12 Ferry Bridge Road

Washington, CT 06793 Directions
$649,000 Reduced from $679,000 Reduced $30,000
  • 3Bed
  • 2/1Baths
  • 3,402Sqft
  • 1Acres
  • 1800Built
  • ColonialStyle

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $191
  • Days on Market: 75
  • MLS: 170104824

Country Colonial With Everything!

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $191
  • Days on Market: 75
  • MLS: 170104824

The house was built in 1790. In 1850, the house was bought by Erastus Hurlburt, who owned the local general store. In 1903, the house became the clubhouse of the Washington Club, which had just been founded. Local young people took dancing lessons in the living room, and Yale football players, who came to Washington for summer training camp, played pool upstairs. In 1945, the Club sold the house to the Gunnery, which used it as a dormitory until 1969. Then a local resident saved it from demolition by moving it to its present location, on the eastern side of Green Hill. Its current owners bought it in 1985, and have both preserved it and thoroughly...

Country Colonial With Everything!

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $191
  • Days on Market: 75
  • MLS: 170104824

The house was built in 1790. In 1850, the house was bought by Erastus Hurlburt, who owned the local general store. In 1903, the house became the clubhouse of the Washington Club, which had just been founded. Local young people took dancing lessons in the living room, and Yale football players, who came to Washington for summer training camp, played pool upstairs. In 1945, the Club sold the house to the Gunnery, which used it as a dormitory until 1969. Then a local resident saved it from demolition by moving it to its present location, on the eastern side of Green Hill. Its current owners bought it in 1985, and have both preserved it and thoroughly modernized it. Two car detached garage with bonus room above. The third floor can be converted back to apartment. A must see. Easy to show.

Country Colonial With Everything!

The house was built in 1790. In 1850, the house was bought by Erastus Hurlburt, who owned the local general store. In 1903, the house became the clubhouse of the Washington Club, which had just been founded. Local young people took dancing lessons in the living room, and Yale football players, who came to Washington for summer training camp, played pool upstairs. In 1945, the Club sold the house to the Gunnery, which used it as a dormitory until 1969. Then a local resident saved it from demolition by moving it to its present location, on the eastern side of Green Hill. Its current owners bought it in 1985, and have both preserved it and thoroughly modernized it. Two car detached garage with bonus room above. The third floor can be converted back to apartment. A must see. Easy to show.

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  • Lot Details
    • Acres: 1
    • County: Litchfield
    • Driveway Type: Private, Gravel
    • Lot Description: Open Lot, Level Lot, Rolling, Fence - Rail, Fence - Stone
    • Water Description: Private Well
    • Waterfront Description: Not Applicable
  • Additional Information
    • Days On Market: 74
    • Elementary School: Washington
    • High School: Shepaug
    • Living Area SqFt: 3,402
    • Sewer: Septic
    • Status: Active
    • Style: Colonial
    • Tax Amount: $6,815
    • Tax Year: July 2018-June 2019
    • Type: Single Family For Sale
    • Year Built: 1800

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