31 North Street

Litchfield, CT 06759 Directions
$850,000 Reduced from $1,400,000 Reduced $550,000
  • 15Bed
  • 4/10Baths
  • 8,216Sqft
  • 2.37Acres
  • 1888Built
  • $103Price/Sqft

Property Highlights

  • Style: Colonial,Antique
  • Days on Market: 149
  • MLS: 170164463

The Charles Belden House Ca. 1888

Property Highlights

  • Style: Colonial,Antique
  • Days on Market: 149
  • MLS: 170164463

The Charles Belden House is one of the finest examples of the picturesque Colonial Revival style in the borough. It was the first residential property north of the commercial district in Litchfield Center. This grand house has many handsome details. The exterior boasts a hip roof, gabled pavilions along with a conical pavilion with a conical roof at the southeast corner. A Doric entablature wraps the building and there's also a flat roofed verandah with Tuscan columns. Art glass windows can be seen throughout and the grand staircase has a window seat The interior feels more late 19th century Victorian. There's a two-story octagonal bay in the...

The Charles Belden House Ca. 1888

Property Highlights

  • Style: Colonial,Antique
  • Days on Market: 149
  • MLS: 170164463

The Charles Belden House is one of the finest examples of the picturesque Colonial Revival style in the borough. It was the first residential property north of the commercial district in Litchfield Center. This grand house has many handsome details. The exterior boasts a hip roof, gabled pavilions along with a conical pavilion with a conical roof at the southeast corner. A Doric entablature wraps the building and there's also a flat roofed verandah with Tuscan columns. Art glass windows can be seen throughout and the grand staircase has a window seat The interior feels more late 19th century Victorian. There's a two-story octagonal bay in the North of the house with a two-story rounded bay in the South part. A two-story service elevator in the rear helped bring food and libations to the main floor. In 1945, the doctor who owned the house used it as his home and office and in 1946 it was converted to the Rose Haven Rest Home. Another building was constructed in 1964 for rehabilitation patients. This property could be re-imagined for a convenient Inn, right in the heart of the Borough. Walk to renowned restaurants and shopping.

The Charles Belden House Ca. 1888

The Charles Belden House is one of the finest examples of the picturesque Colonial Revival style in the borough. It was the first residential property north of the commercial district in Litchfield Center. This grand house has many handsome details. The exterior boasts a hip roof, gabled pavilions along with a conical pavilion with a conical roof at the southeast corner. A Doric entablature wraps the building and there's also a flat roofed verandah with Tuscan columns. Art glass windows can be seen throughout and the grand staircase has a window seat The interior feels more late 19th century Victorian. There's a two-story octagonal bay in the North of the house with a two-story rounded bay in the South part. A two-story service elevator in the rear helped bring food and libations to the main floor. In 1945, the doctor who owned the house used it as his home and office and in 1946 it was converted to the Rose Haven Rest Home. Another building was constructed in 1964 for rehabilitation patients. This property could be re-imagined for a convenient Inn, right in the heart of the Borough. Walk to renowned restaurants and shopping.

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  • Lot Details
    • Acres: 2.37
    • County: Litchfield
    • Driveway Type: Paved
    • Lot Description: Non Conforming Lot, Historic District, City Views
    • Water Description: Public Water Connected
    • Waterfront Description: Not Applicable
  • Additional Information
    • Days On Market: 148
    • Elementary School: Center
    • Handicap Features: Bath Grab Bars
    • High School: Litchfield
    • Living Area SqFt: 8,216
    • Sewer: Public Sewer Connected
    • Status: Active
    • Style: Colonial, Antique
    • Tax Amount: $31,728
    • Tax Year: July 2019-June 2020
    • Type: Single Family For Sale
    • Year Built: 1888

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