37 High Street

Guilford, CT 06437 Directions
$700,000
  • 4Bed
  • 1Baths
  • 1,410Sqft
  • 0.48Acres
  • 1872Built
  • OtherStyle

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $496
  • MLS: 170499364

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $496
  • MLS: 170499364

Introducing the historic Eckfort Stevens House, located a short stroll away from the Guilford Green on the very desirable, tree-lined High Street, in the Whitfield Historic District. Eckfort Stevens was a well-known Guilford cabinetmaker and boatbuilder in the latter half of the nineteenth century, and the large two-story post and beam barn sitting in the back of the .48 acre property was his woodworking shop. There are some striking architectural details inside & outside of the house, which according to the Guilford Preservation Alliance, was built in the "Vernacular" Style, with many unique design elements. Built in 1870, the property is a...

Property Highlights

  • Price/Sqft: $496
  • MLS: 170499364

Introducing the historic Eckfort Stevens House, located a short stroll away from the Guilford Green on the very desirable, tree-lined High Street, in the Whitfield Historic District. Eckfort Stevens was a well-known Guilford cabinetmaker and boatbuilder in the latter half of the nineteenth century, and the large two-story post and beam barn sitting in the back of the .48 acre property was his woodworking shop. There are some striking architectural details inside & outside of the house, which according to the Guilford Preservation Alliance, was built in the "Vernacular" Style, with many unique design elements. Built in 1870, the property is a short distance from the restaurants, shops & churches which surround the popular Guilford Green, and is close to the Guilford Library & Community Center, Shoreline East Train Station, Jacobs Beach, and the Guilford Marina. The property needs extensive renovating & updating, and is being offered, "as-is".

Introducing the historic Eckfort Stevens House, located a short stroll away from the Guilford Green on the very desirable, tree-lined High Street, in the Whitfield Historic District. Eckfort Stevens was a well-known Guilford cabinetmaker and boatbuilder in the latter half of the nineteenth century, and the large two-story post and beam barn sitting in the back of the .48 acre property was his woodworking shop. There are some striking architectural details inside & outside of the house, which according to the Guilford Preservation Alliance, was built in the "Vernacular" Style, with many unique design elements. Built in 1870, the property is a short distance from the restaurants, shops & churches which surround the popular Guilford Green, and is close to the Guilford Library & Community Center, Shoreline East Train Station, Jacobs Beach, and the Guilford Marina. The property needs extensive renovating & updating, and is being offered, "as-is".

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  • Additional Information
    • Acres: 0.48
    • Garage Count: 2
    • Handicap Features: Ramps
    • High School: Guilford
    • Living Area SqFt: 1,410
    • Middle School: Baldwin
    • Sewer: Septic
    • Style: Other
    • Tax Amount: $5,737
    • Year Built: 1872
  • Interior Features
    • Attic: Yes
    • Beds: 4
    • Full Baths: 1
    • Heat: Radiator
    • Rooms: 7
    • Total Baths: 1
  • Exterior Features
    • Exterior Siding: Shake, Wood

Listing Courtesy of Jake Wyman of William Raveis Real Estate.

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