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Beautifully Kept Home Circa 1802
US $870,000
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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Refrigerator
  • Baseboard
  • Wood Siding
  • Hardwood
  • Detached Garage
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Range / Oven
  • 1-2 Acres
  • Over 50 Years Old
  • City / Town Street
  • Mixed
  • Asphalt Shingle Roof
  • Public
Property description
A beautifully kept home since 1802– The "Asa Andrews House", also known as the "Hart House" was skillfully built by architect Capt. Luther Seymour as a 3 bay Federal style dwelling. Situated on the Historic Mile in the heart of Farmington Center, with easy walking/biking to schools (public and private), municipal buildings, shops, museums, and the Farmington Valley Greenway. The nearby Farmington river offers seasonal canoeing and fishing from designated launch sites! Sitting on a corner lot with over an acre of land which has been professionally landscaped to offer an amazing beyond-the-fenced yard with expansive bluestone patios, gardens, private yard, gorgeous stone walls, a timber framed barn/2 car garage with walk up attic situated on the lot to protect privacy. On the main level you will find hardwood floors, 8' ceilings, rooms designed to provide an effortless flow for indoor-outdoor living and easy entertaining. Most rooms are grand in nature, feature built ins, fireplaces, and outstanding windows that allow natural light to fill the home. The updated kitchen has an impressive amount of space w/ Corian, large center island, cherry cabinets and flooring, double wall ovens, open hearth fireplace and French doors that lead to the patios. On the second floor you will find 4 bedrooms with private baths, 3 bedrooms with shared bathroom that are ideal for individual home office or flexible spaces. A great property for those seeking the charm and convenience of village life!

https://www.sothebysrealty.com/id/ndmrg6
93 Main Street, Farmington, Connecticut, United States
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