Ancient Property of the Week
Dec 24, 2022
Ancient Property of the Week Houston
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Abstract: Older properties have their own historical beauty and significance.

1. 117 Upper State St, North Haven, CT


Price: $475,000.


Year built 1725.


Moses Clark House.


This five-bedroom house has four fireplaces, wide chestnut floors and wood-paneled walls.


The top floor has exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and skylights.


The spacious living room has a large walk-in fireplace with an original beehive-style oven.


Updates over the years include a kitchen expansion and replacement of the gas water heater and gas furnace.


The cozy screened-in porch offers views of the 2-acre lot with a creek and waterfall.

2. 119 Under Mountain Rd, Canaan, CT


Price: $2,295,000.


Year built 1748.


Renovated farmhouse.


On an 18-acre parcel, this picturesque farmhouse has been meticulously updated over the years with great care taken to preserve its history.


The modern three bedroom home now offers a chef's kitchen with a marble waterfall island.


A main suite boasts a gym and laundry room, as well as an epic main bathroom with a custom sauna, dual sink vanity, shower, soaking tub and water closet.


There is an oversized screened-in porch and an L-shaped back deck with beautiful views.


The property has two barns, an orchard and vegetable garden, and a pond with a dock.

3. 11 Main St S, Bethlehem, CT


Price: $639,000.


Year built 1750.


Restored colonial architecture.


This four-bedroom home features built-in cabinetry, three fireplaces, and restored hardwood floors.


An additional 900 square feet was added in 2018 to make way for a spacious master suite that has a cathedral ceiling, exposed beams and two large walk-in closets.


This 3,124-square-foot home now offers an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a double oven.


Remaining historic details include intricate woodwork and a stately main staircase.


The half-acre lot features professional landscaping and stone walls.

4. 557 Tabler Station Rd. in Gerrardstown, West Virginia


Price: $425,000.


Year built 1760.


This four bedroom brick home is being sold as-is.


The house sits on 12 acres and offers 3,552 square feet of living space.


While this home has good bones, the listing notes that the hardwood floors need refinishing, the bathrooms need to be finished and the interior needs painting.


The property has a pond and some outbuildings.

5. 17 Meeting St, Charleston, SC


Price: $7,800,000.


Year built 1760.


John Edwards House: This pre-Revolutionary War estate is also known as the Samuel Chadwick House.


This elegantly renovated three-story home features 5,332 square feet of living space filled with historic details.


They include the original hardwood floors and several fireplaces.


Bathrooms were renovated and the kitchen was modernized with high-end appliances and quartz countertops.


A main suite features an office, private balcony and a bathroom with Carrara marble countertops and a gold bathtub.


The property is located on a private lot on a peninsula south of Broad and also has a pool, guesthouse and two-car garage.

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