159 Ferry Road

Lyme, CT 06371 Directions
$369,000
  • 3Bed
  • 1/1Baths
  • 2,206Sqft
  • 0.33Acres
  • 1820Built
  • AntiqueStyle

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Hadlyme
  • Price/Sqft: $167
  • Days on Market: 120
  • MLS: 170187801
  • Elementary: Lyme Consolidated

The Samuel Brooks 1820 Home In Hadlym

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Hadlyme
  • Price/Sqft: $167
  • Days on Market: 120
  • MLS: 170187801
  • Elementary: Lyme Consolidated

This Samuel Brooks 1820 home, in picturesque Hadlyme, is on The National Register of Historic Places. The two to three bedroom house with four fireplaces is sited on 1/3 of an acre. The recently renovated Kitchen has a large fireplace with a Bee Hive oven, and features a classic 48” six-burner Viking gas stove, and plenty of cabinets, and shelving for storage. The large welcoming fireplace in the Kitchen is comfortable area to watch the chef prepare a meal. Wide wood floors are throughout the home. A downstairs powder room and a hallway wet bar is convenient when entertaining guests. There are two bedrooms upstairs and a sitting room with fireplace,...

The Samuel Brooks 1820 Home In Hadlym

Property Highlights

  • Neighborhood: Hadlyme
  • Price/Sqft: $167
  • Days on Market: 120
  • MLS: 170187801
  • Elementary: Lyme Consolidated

This Samuel Brooks 1820 home, in picturesque Hadlyme, is on The National Register of Historic Places. The two to three bedroom house with four fireplaces is sited on 1/3 of an acre. The recently renovated Kitchen has a large fireplace with a Bee Hive oven, and features a classic 48” six-burner Viking gas stove, and plenty of cabinets, and shelving for storage. The large welcoming fireplace in the Kitchen is comfortable area to watch the chef prepare a meal. Wide wood floors are throughout the home. A downstairs powder room and a hallway wet bar is convenient when entertaining guests. There are two bedrooms upstairs and a sitting room with fireplace, which may also, be used as an Office/Library or a third bedroom. A full finished attic is on the third floor with additional built-in cabinets for storage. Stone walls, white fencing and terrace surround the property with gardens and views of the CT River. Only steps away from the small car-Ferry for a five minute ride across the Connecticut River to charming Chester Village known for fine dining, excellent shopping and art galleries. Fox Hopyard Golf Club and Goodspeed Opera House are also only minutes away; all make this home makes a perfect weekend retreat or year round living.

The Samuel Brooks 1820 Home In Hadlym

This Samuel Brooks 1820 home, in picturesque Hadlyme, is on The National Register of Historic Places. The two to three bedroom house with four fireplaces is sited on 1/3 of an acre. The recently renovated Kitchen has a large fireplace with a Bee Hive oven, and features a classic 48” six-burner Viking gas stove, and plenty of cabinets, and shelving for storage. The large welcoming fireplace in the Kitchen is comfortable area to watch the chef prepare a meal. Wide wood floors are throughout the home. A downstairs powder room and a hallway wet bar is convenient when entertaining guests. There are two bedrooms upstairs and a sitting room with fireplace, which may also, be used as an Office/Library or a third bedroom. A full finished attic is on the third floor with additional built-in cabinets for storage. Stone walls, white fencing and terrace surround the property with gardens and views of the CT River. Only steps away from the small car-Ferry for a five minute ride across the Connecticut River to charming Chester Village known for fine dining, excellent shopping and art galleries. Fox Hopyard Golf Club and Goodspeed Opera House are also only minutes away; all make this home makes a perfect weekend retreat or year round living.

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  • Additional Information
    • High School: Per Board of Ed
    • Living Area SqFt: 2,206
    • Middle School: Per Board of Ed
    • Neighborhood: Hadlyme
    • Sewer: Septic
    • Style: Antique
    • Tax Amount: $4,184
    • Tax Year: July 2019-June 2020
    • Year Built: 1820

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